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Guatemalan Exporters Association presents their 15th-AGEXPORT Agricultural Fair, Expo & Conference AGRITRADE Guatemalan Exporters Association – Teaser AGEXPORT the 15th edition of AGRITRADE Expo & Conference, the largest international trade fair of agro-industry in Central America. (PRWeb February 02, 2011) Read the full article at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/02/prweb5020614.htm
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Guatemala Coffee Beans, Antigua, Whole Bean, Medium Roast, Single Origin, Fresh Roasted, 16-ounce


Guatemala Coffee Beans, Antigua, Whole Bean, Medium Roast, Single Origin, Fresh Roasted, 16-ounce


$15.99


Guatemala Antigua Coffee beans are grown in the Antigua district at high altitudes in rich volcanic soil. These Guatemalan coffee beans are distinguishable by its heavy body, lively cup and subtle smoky spicy overtones. Experience the intensity of this fantastic coffee Single Origin Coffee from the Santa Barbara Estate these Guatemalan Coffee beans are rich full bodied coffee with a smooth, sop…

Peet's Coffee Guatemala San Marcos K-Cup Packs, Medium Roast, 10 Ct


Peet’s Coffee Guatemala San Marcos K-Cup Packs, Medium Roast, 10 Ct


$19.88


If you know where to look you can find coffees that surprise the senses with the scent and smoothness of chocolate. Based on the aromatic beans from the San Marcos appellation Peet’s Guatemala San Marcos Medium Roast coffee unites several Guatemalan coffees to capture the fruity bittersweet bite of the finest chocolate. Bold and bright with fruity milk-chocolaty notes Peet’s Coffee Guatemala San M…

Green Unroasted Coffee, 5 Lb. Bag, Fresh Roasted Coffee LLC. (Guatemala Huehuetenango)


Green Unroasted Coffee, 5 Lb. Bag, Fresh Roasted Coffee LLC. (Guatemala Huehuetenango)


$33.95


Fresh Roasted Coffee Guatemala Huehuetenango UNROASTED Coffee Beans Cupping Notes: Cherry, Chocolate, Baking Spice Guatemalan coffee is revered as one of the most flavorful and nuanced cups in the world. Due to our proximity to Guatemala, some of the finest coffees from this origin come to the United States. Fresh Roasted Coffee The Fresh Roasted Coffee process begins at the source. Our coffees…







Guatemala Huehuetenango Coffee, Whole Bean, Fresh Roasted Coffee LLC (2 lb.)


Guatemala Huehuetenango Coffee, Whole Bean, Fresh Roasted Coffee LLC (2 lb.)


$18.95


Fresh Roasted Coffee Guatemala Huehuetenango Coffee Cupping Notes: Cherry, Chocolate, Baking Spice Guatemalan coffee is revered as one of the most flavorful and nuanced cups in the world. Due to our proximity to Guatemala, some of the finest coffees from this origin come to the United States. Fresh Roasted Coffee The Fresh Roasted Coffee process begins at the source. Our coffees are chosen and …

Two Volcanoes Coffee - Gourmet Guatemala Whole Bean Medium Roast Single-Origin Coffee. 1 lb


Two Volcanoes Coffee – Gourmet Guatemala Whole Bean Medium Roast Single-Origin Coffee. 1 lb


$18.97


This Medium Roast Guatemalan Coffee is Guaranteed to Be One Of The Most Delicious Coffees You Will Ever Try *More Quality Control & Shorter Process and Export Times Means a Fresher and Better Tasting Coffee For You Two Volcanoes Coffee is Cultivated, Processed and Packaged all in one place, and exported in the next following days by air to guarantee the best possible flavor & freshness! Your great…

2LB Pablo's Pride Gourmet Coffee - Guatemala - Medium-Dark Roast Whole Bean Coffee - 2 Pound ( 2 lb ) Bag


2LB Pablo’s Pride Gourmet Coffee – Guatemala – Medium-Dark Roast Whole Bean Coffee – 2 Pound ( 2 lb ) Bag


$14.89


A favorite of Coffee Lovers worldwide, this delicious coffee is roasted Medium-Dark, has a rich and lively aroma, velvety body, low acidity, and sweet pleasant aftertaste. This is a high altitude, shade grown coffee, and because Guatemala has numerous active volcanoes, the sulfur in the soil adds to its unique taste and depth of flavor. Its delicious! Non GMO…

'Coffee Harvest' (Guatemala)


‘Coffee Harvest’ (Guatemala)


$204.99


In celebration of Guatemala’s agrarian lifestyle, Angelina Quic presents this composition of a coffee harvest. She paints in a pictoric, folk art style, depicting this scene from a top-down perspective. A group of harvesters gathers among the red beans, each wearing traditional clothing of the region. Titled Corte de café in Spanish.

Rayon chenille shawl, 'Coffee' (Guatemala)


Rayon chenille shawl, ‘Coffee’ (Guatemala)


$102.99


Three colors come together, yet each retains its own identity in this handwoven shawl. Working on a backstrap loom, Maya artisans from K’amolon K’i K’ojonel transform rayon chenille made from bamboo into a cozy lightweight wrap. Threads of brown, green and black distinguish the design, which is finished with lavish fringe.

Ceramic coffee pot, 'Margarita' (Guatemala)


Ceramic coffee pot, ‘Margarita’ (Guatemala)


$83.99


With petals the color of the sun and the ocean, daisies blossom all over this coffee pot by Lilyan Bebecke. “I was inspired by my country’s rich flora, that’s why it’s known as the ‘country of eternal spring,'” says Bebecke with pride. The cheerful composition is painted by hand on a ceramic coffee pot crafted in Guatemala.

Cotton scarf Mayan Coffee (Guatemala)


Cotton scarf Mayan Coffee (Guatemala)


$47.99


Woven on a backstrap loom, this beautiful scarf takes its colors from natural dyes. Clementina Vasquez demonstrates the Guatemalan art of jaspe, a form of ikat weaving in which the threads are tie dyed before placing them on the loom. White diamonds form orderly rows on brown cotton.

Ceramic coffee pot, 'Bermuda' (Guatemala)


Ceramic coffee pot, ‘Bermuda’ (Guatemala)


$62.99


With calm ocean-blue petals and a bright yellow center, spring flowers dance among stylized turquoise blue leaves under a starry sky in this hand-crafted ceramic coffee pot. Guatemalan artisan Lilyan Benecke is inspired by the flora of her country, which she calls “the country of eternal spring.” This piece is signed “Topis Antigua,” the name of this Guatemalan ceramics workshop.

Cushion cover, 'Coffee Bean' (Guatemala)


Cushion cover, ‘Coffee Bean’ (Guatemala)


$64.99


Lorena Figueroa recycles the jute from coffee sacks to create a whimsical cushion cover. Evoking leaves and toasted beans, she applies appliqué circles in green and brown. More circles of handloomed rebozo fabric complete the original design. “I like the contrast of materials in this cushion cover,” she confides. “I try to make creations that respect the environment.”

Rayon chenille shawl Coffee (Guatemala)


Rayon chenille shawl Coffee (Guatemala)


$102.99


Three colors come together, yet each retains its own identity in this handwoven shawl. Working on a backstrap loom, Maya artisans from K’amolon K’i K’ojonel transform rayon chenille made from bamboo into a cozy lightweight wrap. Threads of brown, green and black distinguish the design, which is finished with lavish fringe.

Leather wallet, 'Coffee Farm' (Guatemala)


Leather wallet, ‘Coffee Farm’ (Guatemala)


$69.99


This stylish wallet by Guatemala’s Juan Jose Flores is made of smooth leather, featuring hues of sepia and chocolate that evoke the colors of a coffee bean. It is stamped with the guarantee “Handcrafted,” sewn together with cord. The wallet opens with a front flap, revealing a simple interior with a pocket for storing paper bills and three slots for displaying cards.

Cotton scarf, 'Mayan Coffee' (Guatemala)


Cotton scarf, ‘Mayan Coffee’ (Guatemala)


$47.99


Woven on a backstrap loom, this beautiful scarf takes its colors from natural dyes. Clementina Vasquez demonstrates the Guatemalan art of jaspe, a form of ikat weaving in which the threads are tie dyed before placing them on the loom. White diamonds form orderly rows on brown cotton.

Ceramic coffee pot, 'Quehueche' (Guatemala)


Ceramic coffee pot, ‘Quehueche’ (Guatemala)


$57.99


Turquoise waves evoke the Guatemalan Caribbean as flowers in the same tone add their beauty to this lovely design. Working in high-fired ceramic, Lilyan Bebecke crafts a coffee pot. Nature is her inspiration.

'Thinker' (Guatemala)


‘Thinker’ (Guatemala)


$282.99


Chin in hand, eyes closed, an elderly man is deep in thought. Jorge Alberto Merino depicts the venerable gentleman in pen and ink on canvas. The portrait is drawn over a wash of strong Salvadoran coffee in a series he names Caffeine. Titled “Pensador” in Spanish.

Cotton tote handbag, 'Fragrant Coffee' (Guatemala)


Cotton tote handbag, ‘Fragrant Coffee’ (Guatemala)


$59.99


Woven by hand on a backstrap loom, the fabric for this generous tote takes its colors from natural dyes. The women of To’ooneel Ixoq craft a fully lined shoulder bag with a convenient inner zipper pocket. “We’ve named this design Café Aromático (planting coffee) because we use coffee beans to tint the threads. The color reminds us of the fragrant coffee we share with family and friends,” they say.

Jade stud earrings Passion for Coffee (Guatemala)


Jade stud earrings Passion for Coffee (Guatemala)


$44.99


Riffing off of conventional designs, Pablo Roquel proudly designs this pair of stud earrings, featuring innovative techniques. Inspired by his love for coffee, the artisan crafts the petite earrings to feature ovals of light green Guatemalan jade. Wavy textures etched across their surfaces mimic the cloven appearance of the coffee bean. Coffee and jade were of great importance to the ancient Maya, each used for religious rituals and marking social status.

Cotton hammock, 'Coffee Break' (single) (Guatemala)


Cotton hammock, ‘Coffee Break’ (single) (Guatemala)


$94.99


Woven by hand, brown cotton evokes rich Guatemalan coffee. Narrow stripes in blue, grey and yellow run the length of this comfortable hammock. Las Trampas Hammock Artisans select cotton to create this inviting design.

Cotton hammock, 'Coffee Break' (double) (Guatemala)


Cotton hammock, ‘Coffee Break’ (double) (Guatemala)


$124.99


Woven by hand, brown cotton evokes rich Guatemalan coffee. Narrow stripes in blue, grey and yellow run the length of this comfortable hammock. Las Trampas Hammock Artisans select cotton to create this inviting design.

Cotton tote handbag, 'Coffee Plantation' (Guatemala)


Cotton tote handbag, ‘Coffee Plantation’ (Guatemala)


$59.99


Woven by hand on a backstrap loom, the fabric for this generous tote takes its colors from natural dyes. The women of To’ooneel Ixoq craft a fully lined shoulder bag with a convenient inner zipper pocket. “We’ve named this design Siembra de Café (planting coffee) because these are the colors you’ll see — green trees that provide shade to the earth,” they say.

Cotton shoulder bag, 'Maya Coffee' (Guatemala)


Cotton shoulder bag, ‘Maya Coffee’ (Guatemala)


$46.99


Inspired by Guatemala’s jaspeado weave, Luis Carlos and Gloria design a trendy shoulder bag in rich brown hues speckled with gray. The cotton bag is fully lined in solid brown and features an internal pocket

Cotton jewelry roll, 'Coffee Fields' (Guatemala)


Cotton jewelry roll, ‘Coffee Fields’ (Guatemala)


$54.99


Squares of espresso divided by claret red bars adorn the surface of this jewelry roll, which is woven by hand on the backstrap loom from 100% cotton. The jewelry roll is crafted by Cojolya Association, which gives work to local Guatemalan women. The roll opens with a ceramic button to reveal a cotton lining, with a large open pocket and three zipper pockets for storing smaller pieces of jewelry.

Jade stud earrings, 'Passion for Coffee' (Guatemala)


Jade stud earrings, ‘Passion for Coffee’ (Guatemala)


$44.99


Riffing off of conventional designs, Pablo Roquel proudly designs this pair of stud earrings, featuring innovative techniques. Inspired by his love for coffee, the artisan crafts the petite earrings to feature ovals of light green Guatemalan jade. Wavy textures etched across their surfaces mimic the cloven appearance of the coffee bean. Coffee and jade were of great importance to the ancient Maya, each used for religious rituals and marking social status.

Natural cotton tank top Coffee Tree (Guatemala)


Natural cotton tank top Coffee Tree (Guatemala)


$69.99


Knitted of natural cotton in cocoa and ivory, this casual top is lightweight and cool. Luisa Villavicencio designs the classic tank top with generous straps and jaunty stripes. Her family cultivates cotton in several natural colors – jade, ixcaco (brown) and crude cotton. In fact, people are surprised to learn that no dyes are used. The family is involved in the entire process, from growing the cotton, to weaving it and transforming it into apparel.

Cotton clutch bag, 'Maya Coffee' (Guatemala)


Cotton clutch bag, ‘Maya Coffee’ (Guatemala)


$44.99


Inspired by Guatemala’s jaspeado weave, Luis Carlos and Gloria design a trendy clutch bag in rich brown hues. Speckled with gray, the flap is underscored by solid brown panels. The cotton bag is fully lined in solid brown and features two pockets that are split into three compartments each. The bag closes with a couple of magnetic buttons as well as with a zipper.

Sterling silver dangle earrings, 'Coffee Leaf' (Guatemala)


Sterling silver dangle earrings, ‘Coffee Leaf’ (Guatemala)


$29.99


“Coffee is very representative of my country: we all like it and grew up around it,” explains Carlos Rafael Morales. Crafted by hand, the sterling silver earrings feature a brushed satin finish. .925 Sterling silver

Ceramic creamer, 'Bermuda' (Guatemala)


Ceramic creamer, ‘Bermuda’ (Guatemala)


$29.99


With calm ocean blue petals and a bright yellow center, spring flowers dance under a starry sky on this hand crafted white ceramic creamer. Guatemalan artisan Lilyan Benecke is inspired by the flora of her country, which she calls “the country of eternal spring.” This piece is signed “Topis Antigua,” the name of this Guatemalan ceramics workshop.

Ceramic creamer, 'Margarita' (Guatemala)


Ceramic creamer, ‘Margarita’ (Guatemala)


$29.99


With petals the color of the glowing sun and serene ocean blue, spring daisies or margaritas dance on this hand crafted ceramic creamer with a dark blue handle. Guatemalan artisan Lilyan Benecke is inspired by the flora of her country, which she calls “the country of eternal spring.” This piece is signed “Topis Antigua,” the name of this Guatemalan ceramics workshop.

Ceramic teapot, 'Tazumal' (Guatemala)


Ceramic teapot, ‘Tazumal’ (Guatemala)


$49.99


Inspired by pre-Hispanic ceramics and his country’s rich history, El Salvador’s Oscar Rodolfo Mendoza crafts beautiful tableware. This striking teapot is formed from terracotta and accented with colorful geometric patterns and a spout and handle in black. The artisan names the design Tazumal, after the ancient Maya complex located in Chalchuapa, El Salvador. “With this line, I wanted to capture the lines and motifs that represent the architecture of the archaeological sites of El Salvador, full of pyramids and buildings built many years ago by our ancestors,” Mendoza comments.

Ceramic teapot, 'Quehueche' (Guatemala)


Ceramic teapot, ‘Quehueche’ (Guatemala)


$59.99


Turquoise waves evoke the Guatemalan Caribbean as flowers in the same tone add their beauty to this lovely design. Working in high-fired ceramic, Lilyan Bebecke crafts a rotund teapot. Nature is her inspiration.

'Toy Vendor' (2013) (Guatemala)


‘Toy Vendor’ (2013) (Guatemala)


$1414.99


Colorful toy maracas, child-size guitars and drums made from coffee cans catch the eyes of kids and parents. Still more tempting playthings fill the bag he carries on his bag, hung from the blue scarf around his head. “Sunburned, the weary vendor walks city streets alone, a guardian of the ancestral toys our grandparents played with. Perhaps an elderly person will sigh with pleasure at the sight, but it is difficult that a child will smile spontaneously,” says Mario Sergio Aviles of this compassionate portrait. Titled “Juguetero” in Spanish.

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