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More About Cafe Altura

The Origins of Cafe Altura date back to the late 1970′s when a group of organic enthusiasts gathered in Ojai, California to live and work on a 75-acre citrus farm. Their idea was to farm the ranch organically and develop related businesses that would help create markets for organic and Biodynamically grown food products.  They introduced organically grown coffee into an industry that still considered coffee a “sin”. They slowly found their way to consumers who enjoyed good coffee and wanted to support family farms who were willing to invest in the future of the environment.  Their founding principles of quality, sustainability, care for the environment and the workers who maintain the land, remain the cornerstone of their business ethics and practices.