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For our 2022-2023 import, we worked to rebuild our presence and partnerships in Uganda, both of which suffered from the COVID-19 pandemic and continued consolidation of multinational exporters.

Uganda is the country where Crop to Cup began, and its teachings remain at the heart of our sourcing philosophy. Nearly two decades of work has centered around separating and scaling high quality lots to help grow the market for Ugandan specialty coffees. The last five years have been all about promoting young independent producers, and building the network of support they need to get their top lots through to export. Over the past two years exports were frustrated by quarantine, logistics and a lack of operating capital.

Ahead of the 2022-2023 harvest we assisted these partners to secure pre-crop financing, with built-in incentives for greater separation of lots, removing the last hurdle towards this being the year we all get to taste the fruits of their labor.


  1. Timing
  2. Background
  3. Expectations
  4. Key Suppliers
  5. Challenges and Discussion
  6. Sourcing Strategy & Supplier Updates
  7. How to Get Involved

Uganda 2022-2023 import expectations, at a glance

We anticipate that

Import Volume will be significantly higher than the previous year;
Qualities will be higher;
Harvest will be early; and
Prices will be about the same or slightly lower than last year.