Firstly farmers have lands that they will usually work on and primary processing will be done by them such as hulling and drying independently and this is beneficial for the organisations because it is not time consumers and cost effective

Firstly farmers have lands that they will usually work on and primary processing will be done by them such as hulling and drying independently and this is beneficial for the organisations because it is not time consumers and cost effective. Farmers produce coffee beans and process coffee if the farmers are equipped and they have the effective resources to do this. Furthermore famers would team and work together to share resources and purchase equipment and this also saves time and cash which is benefits the retailers. This leads to the coffee being purchased by the government agencies from the processors and then at a fixed price selling them.