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Honduras

We established Olam Honduras in December 2006 and today we are proud to be the third-largest coffee exporter, helping to bring great coffee to connoisseurs all round the world. 

We have 2 key locations - a processing factory in Villanueva, San Pedro Sula and another site in Comayagua. We are well connected in every principal coffee-growing area in the country.

Through our sustainability programmes we are supporting farmers to become more resilient to issues such as pest, disease and climate change, as well as improving overall yields and quality.

AtSource: The Pruning Practices that help Create the Perfect Cup

The pruning practices that Angélica demonstrates on her 14-hectare coffee farm in Copán, Honduras, have helped her coffee yields grow by 70% over the last 2 years.

AtSource: Investing in the Communities Behind Our Coffee Beans

Seven-year-old Anthony Josuel Rivera Inestroza, a student at Juan Lindo Primary School in San Manuel, Honduras poses for a photo on his new playground.

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Meet the Team

The name of our coffee mill is “La Fortuna” (“Fortune” in English) and, as the name suggests, we expect to have good fortune and success with our new facility in Honduras.”

We operate from 2 key locations and employ 135 people.

 

Julio Ventura, Olam's General Manager and Country Head of Honduras.
Julio Ventura, General Manager and Country Head, Honduras
Ripe coffee cherries on a bush. Olam sources coffee in Kenya, Guatemala, Laos, Yemen and Burundi.

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