Monday, November 10th, 2014

Beanhunter, the world’s leading app for cafe and coffee discovery, is on a mission to change the way coffee is traded with the recent launch of, a marketplace that connects roasters to drinkers, and soon farmers to roasters.

“We want to open up new direct trade relationships and create a new level of transparency, connectivity and sustainability from farm to cup,” said Beanhunter CEO, James Crawford.

“It’s always been a focus for us with Beanhunter to help people find great coffee at cafes around the world, but what about people who want to find the best coffee beans for their home, office or cafe? Or for roasters who want access to the best green beans? Or farmers who want a fairer price and are normally shut off from valuable consumer & roaster feedback? We believe that a transparent community-driven marketplace, that connects coffee lovers together, to trade and share experiences, is the best way to solve many of these problems.”

Nathan, owner of Cartel Coffee Roasters in Geelong, said: “ has been fantastic for us! We are selling some of our rarest and most expensive specialty coffees to new customers around Australia thanks to the large network of passionate Beanhunter users.”

With the recent acquisition of and the launch of, Beanhunter is closing the circle in becoming a platform that adds value to the to the entire coffee ecosystem.

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