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Colombia is a country of contrasts; not only geographical, climatic and natural ones, but also contrasts of cultures, customs, traditions, beliefs and ways of life depending on the region. However, a series of firm beliefs and values have forged around coffee farming, having a great impact not only on final quality of 100% Colombian coffee, but on passion and devotion associated with its cultivation. There are over 550,000 families producing coffee in our country, from departments that border Ecuador, in the South, up to those bordering the Caribbean Sea in the North. Along nearly 3,000 kilometers of inter-Andean valleys, from the far south to the extreme north of Colombia, live those producers in different coffee regions.
Most of Colombian coffee farmers live in small farms whose coffee plots are not larger than 2 hectares (5 acres) on average. Only about 5% of Colombian coffee growers have plantations larger than 5 hectares (12 acres). The reduced sizes of their coffee plots have enabled to maintain an essentially family-oriented activity in the Colombian coffee sector. Coffee growers in Colombia see the family as one of their priorities and values.