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Warrior Coffee's green coffee purchase prices

As an integral part of our ethical coffee program

100% transparency to our operations

Openness, fairness, sustainability

From this page you can check the purchase price of the coffees we sell, their certifications, stock prices and the RTO percentage which is the percentage returned to the farmer from the coffee we sell. To us third party certifications of Organic and Fairtrade are very important since they are the best way to make sure sustainable and fair operations. Read more to learn why this is important.

We didn't stop developing our ethical coffee program when the certifications were done. We decided to publish openly our purchase prices through the supply chain to give you more information about the prices we pay and how they compare to coffee stock market prices and minimum prices. 

As a rule of thumb and for the coffee market in general, the RTO% figure is below ten percent, and it should be at least double to end the poverty for the coffee farmers.

All our coffees (and teas) have been organic certified already since 2015. Now, a big part of our coffees are also Fairtrade certified and we seek to certify them all. We mention the coffee certifications next to each coffee on the table below.

Our Coffee Certifications:







Coffee prices and Return To Origin (RTO)

See explanations below the table.

Pay attention to these 5 things when buying coffee

Coffee is often so common thing, that we don't always think about how ethical or sustainable it is or isn't. To help you make better coffee decisions in the future, think about these:

Warrior coffee Peru Dark FTO 250g


  1. Does the coffee have a third party sustainability and organic certifications
  2. Is there information about the coffee's origin, growth conditions or about the farming community
  3. Is there a roast date or taste profile available, what about specialty coffee mention
  4. Is the coffee locally roasted
  5. Could you enjoy higher quality certified sustainable specialty coffee in the future if you cut half your consumption?

If you drink daily e.g. 6 mugs of coffee - how about cutting that to 3 mugs? Upgrading your coffee quality helps fighting poverty when purchasing third party sustainability certified coffee (like Fairtrade).

Did you know that your coffee might cause poverty?