For Galguera Gómez the preservation of nature is important; for this reason, all the coffee plants are native to each region. These actions ensure that the soil continues to conserve its nutrients and does not compromise the local flora (which serves as habitat for the fauna of the region), thus achieving the preservation of the ecosystems and generating a low environmental impact.
The importance of coffee production under natural and ecological processes is reflected in the well-being of the flora, fauna, low soil contamination, and the preservation of ecosystems.
Coffee plantations that are produced in their native climate represent a protected area to biodiversity, for example for migratory birds or other animal species. Traditional plants also reduce the use of external inputs, as they conserve the natural resources such as water. It also conserves the soil and promotes optimal carbon sequestration in the soil.
The non-use of chemicals in this type of coffee fields safeguards the health of the producers, as well as that of future clients and consumers.
It is important to acknowledge that, although the production process is traditional and uses relatively few inputs, it shouldn't mean that it can be sold at low prices or under unfair contracts. On the contrary, the product must be exchanged under fair payment conditions.
Fair price or payment means that which makes possible a profit that enables the producer to develop and continue with his activities and live-in adequate conditions
Galguera Gómez has a great responsibility with all the actors involved in the coffee value and distribution chain, to guarantee optimal relations with each one of them in the long term and greater equity for all participants, especially for the producers, improving their access to the market and strengthening their collective organization.