According to the bank, FMO will provide a USD 10 million facility. The funds are utilized for the construction of a Robusta coffee mill and improvements in an existing mill in Nicaragua. The investments in San Carlos will increase the efficiency of the mill.
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CISA is the market leader in Nicaragua and sources coffee from approximately 6,000 producers. The company has various programs in place to help some of their producers increase yields, become more climate resilient and increase their revenues. CISA will invest in a new mill processing Robusta coffee that will further incentivize the production of Robusta coffee and improve incomes among small producers in the impoverished Nueva Guinearegion of Nicaragua.
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