At the end of a day's work, farmers bring their pickings to a central meeting place to weigh in, consolidate and log their production. Each bag contains approximately 200 pounds of ripe fruit.
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Academic Year Hours of Operation
Monday thru Thursday Saturday
9 a.m. - 10:30 p.m. Closed
9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 4 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.
Hours subject to change
Café Diem is located inside the Murray Library. Pick up a good book and stop by for a Sun Coffee Roasters cup of coffee, specialty drink, pastry or big cookie. Additional grab n' go items available.
Messiah University is proud to partner with Sun Coffee Roasters in offering our customers delicious, Sustainable Fair Trade coffee. Sun Coffee Roasters sources the choicest coffee beans from certified Organic, Rainforest, and Fair Trade cooperatives throughout the world. Not only are the coffee beans grown responsibly, Sun Coffee Roasters’ roasting techniques are energy efficient and yield the freshest, best-tasting coffee possible. Even the packaging is eco-friendly.
Why do we strive to use products that are sustainable? The sustainable agriculture techniques used to produce Sun Coffee Roasters blends are good for the environment, public health, human communities, and animal welfare. It's a way of food production that generates abundance while ensuring future generations can do the same.
What is Fair Trade? Sun Coffee Roasters products bear the Fair Trade USA logo which means that they come from farmers and workers who are justly compensated. Fair Trade USA helps farmers in developing countries build sustainable businesses that positively influence their communities.
Together, Messiah University and Sun Roasters Coffee are striving to ensure that all of our business decisions are made with people and planet in mind.
Food Allergy Notice
Foods labeled as "Gluten-Free" have been prepared with gluten-free ingredients. Please be advised that this restaurant is not a gluten-free facility. Products may contain trace amounts of gluten.
Thursday, May 4
9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Friday, May 5
Closed for Summer
Hours subject to change
Only the ripe, red coffee beans (known as "cherries") are selected for harvest. It can take up to four months to pick an entire tree's fruit.
Classroom at El Recreco plantation in Jinotega, Nicaragua serves the children of 28 families who live and work there.