Forget your preconceptions of coffee farming – Hawaii breaks them all.
In Hawaii, US minimum wage and labour laws apply. In Hawaii, Kona coffee gets diluted by up to 90% with other origins. But how do you operate with such high labour costs? How do you create value for a single origin – when it’s all about Kona?
And how do you sell customers roasted coffee for $14/lb – when they ask for it at $2/lb?
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