It is likely that when you placed your original order you did not actually create an account. The email that you entered at checkout is only used to communicate the status of your order including shipping information, delivery information, etc.
You will need to create an account using the same email address as when you originally placed your order. This will allow you to login and make any changes to your subscription.
At Con Todo Coffee, we are committed to doing our part to give back to the very people that make your daily coffee routine possible. We take pride in partnering with an organization that is dedicated to improving the lives of farmers and their families through education, health, and overall quality of life. For each subscription, we will donate $1 directly to the school project at Finca Las Chicharras to aid in the purchasing of school supplies, maintaining the classroom and facilities, and supporting the teaching staff.
You will be charged on the day that you sign up for Con Todo Coffee and then subsequently on the first day of each month.
For example, if you sign up on July 10th, you will be charged for your first subscription (which will be sent within a few days of signing up). You will then be charged again on August 1 for your August shipment, which will also be shipped on that date.
Coffee at the supermarket is like a piece of pan dulce from 7/11 or Oxxo or any other gas station...it may suffice, but it is not near as good as a fresh concha or croissant from a true panadería or bakery.
Con Todo Coffee is not your average cup of coffee. Our coffee is more expensive than supermarket coffee for a few reasons--
1) Con Todo Coffee is made from 100% Arabica beans
Many coffee companies use lower quality beans that are MUCH cheaper as a way to cut corners and cut costs. We are not interested in cutting corners. We are proud to offer the highest quality, pure coffee available.
2) Con Todo Coffee is from a single origin
We do not buy our coffee from various farms at the lowest possible price like the big companies do. We work with one single farm and we pay a premium for our beans to ensure they all come from this one single origin.
Why are we proud to overpay for our beans? In the supermarket world, current coffee prices are unsustainable and contribute to poverty. That's not cool. We are proud to pay a fair price for our coffee and to work with an organization that places an emphasis on improving the lives of their workers.