Get to Know Your Coffee Farmers!

Alma-doptions

Alma's soul lies in bringing fair prices to farmers and providing a way for them to farm ethically and sustainably. Alma-doptions are how we do just that! An Alma-doption is when Alma "adopts" a farm by pledging to purchase their production at a fair price.


Alma-doptions foster local economic growth, sustainable farming, and the hope of a better future. Your purchase directly funds the continuation of Alma-doptions and all the lives they touch.

Leticia & Harry Hutchins

Leticia & Harry are the co-founders and owners of Alma Coffee! Leticia's family has been in coffee farming in Honduras for over 5 generations!


Prior to joining the family business, Leticia worked in public accounting for 2 years before deciding to vertically integrate with her family's coffee farming business and expand by roasting her own green bean and opening coffee shops as well! Together with Harry, Alma Coffee was born!


Leticia owns her own coffee farm, Finca La Unica and is proud to be a voice for women in the coffee industry!

Al Lopez

Al is the third partner of Alma Coffee! He is a 4th generation coffee farmer and was born and raised in Honduras! 


After serving in the US military and finding success through tireless determination in the USA, Al returned to coffee farming in Honduras to provide positive job opportunities to his childhood hometown and make a difference in the coffee farming industry. He is now full time dedicated to building one of Alma's model family farms, Finca Terrerito!

Marvin Lopez

Marvin and his wife Sobeyda are both 3rd generation coffee farmers and part of our Alma-doption program. Margin began coffee farming as a kid with his grandfather and his passion continued to grow as an adult when his father gifted him 2 manzanas ( ~ 5 acres) of land to start his own coffee farm.


With our Alma-doption of Finca Fer, named after his son Fernando, we have promised to pay Marvin a fair price for his high quality coffee and also showcase his coffee in a way that accurately represents all of the years of hard work that he and his family have put into it.

Victor Lopez

Marvin and his wife Sobeyda are both 3rd generation coffee farmers and part of our Alma-doption program. Margin began coffee farming as a kid with his grandfather and his passion continued to grow as an adult when his father gifted him 2 manzanas ( ~ 5 acres) of land to start his own coffee farm.


With our Alma-doption of Finca Fer, named after his son Fernando, we have promised to pay Marvin a fair price for his high quality coffee and also showcase his coffee in a way that accurately represents all of the years of hard work that he and his family have put into it.