KINGERIKITI AMCOS has an annual production capacity of 360 tonnes of both Coffee Washing Station coffees and home processed.

KINGERIKITI AMCOS is a registered farmers’ cooperative based in southern highland Tanzania and was founded in 1993 by 21 individuals whose objective was increased incomes for its smallholder member farmers. Our farmers have and always had coffee as cash crop which is a key commodity to their livelihoods. It currently comprises of 267 females and 819 males with a total of 1086.


Region: Nyasa Ruvuma
Founded: 1993
No. of Farmers:1086
Variety: Arabica (Kent/Bourbon & Compact
Harvest Time: July to October
Export Time: Nov
Certification: Cafe Practice
Process: Home processed & Fully washed coffee
Elevation: 1547m

Through democratic processes, the cooperative board leaders are selected from a pool of small holder farmer members whose mandate runs for 3 years. The Governance structure constitutes; General Meeting – Board Members – Secretary & Ass. Secretary.

Mbinga District is one of the five districts in the Ruvuma Region of Tanzania. It is bordered to the east by Songea Rural District and Songea Urban District, to the south by Mozambique, to the west by Lake Nyasa and to the north by the Njombe Region.