Briggo Continues to Support The Del Fuego Project
February 17, 2020
Connected Coffee stands for more than just a good cup of coffee in the morning. When Briggo was founded, creating opportunities from farm to cup quickly became one of the main pillars of our company’s culture and focus. For this reason, Briggo is dedicating 10 cents of every cup sold in the month of October to support The Del Fuego Project in aiding, educating, and empowering smallholder coffee farmers in the Yepocapa region of Guatemala.
Briggo Coffee, Powered by Dell Technologies
March 7, 2019
Briggo’s Connected Coffee Experience is powered by Dell Technologies to deliver a user-empowered experience with drinks as precise as they are delicious.
Podcast: Discussing The Del Fuego Project with Taya Brown
November 21, 2018
This is the second podcast in a quick series about Briggo’s support of The Del Fuego Project (listen to our first podcast with Briggo’s founder here). During the months of October and November Briggo is donating 10 cents of every cup sold directly to Del Fuego. This money will help to aid, empower, and educate the smallholder coffee farmers in Yepocapa, Guatemala.
Podcast: Discussing The Del Fuego Project with Briggo Founder
October 31, 2018
Briggo is donating 10 cents of every cup sold this month directly to The Del Fuego Project. For anyone who doesn’t know, The Del Fuego Project is a non-profit organization based in Yepocapa, Guatemala. Their focus is on the education and empowerment of smallholder coffee farmers that have been affected by the Coffee Leaf Rust epidemic and the recent volcanic eruption in June of this year.
Briggo Keeps Austin’s Airport Caffeinated During Austin Water Crisis
October 30, 2018
As many of you know, Austin made it through a historic boil water notice that lasted nearly a week. Due to the immense rainfall and flooding in the central Texas area, residents of the City of Austin were instructed to boil water used for drinking, cooking, and making ice. As it became clear this notice was going to be in effect for more than just a day or two, local Austinites got to work finding solutions to keep the city running.