Coffee in the Guji Zone is almost always purchased by agents at washing stations from nearby farmers who pick from their backyards, where coffee flourishes wild among other cash crops such as mangos and bananas. Washing stations often pay a premium to the producer for selling ripe cherries only.
Because production is on a smaller scale, producers often do not hire a mix of transient and year-round workers to pick cherries, but instead, they pick their own crops, aided by family members.
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