Perched amidst breathtaking landscapes, the Muthua-ini factory boasts one of the most elevated positions in the surrounding area.
The Mutheka society recognises the significance of sustainable practices and community development. They have enlisted the expertise of an agronomist to train farmers, equipping them with the knowledge to enhance both quality and productivity. They also understand the vital role that cleanliness and proper maintenance of their washing stations play in achieving their goals, so the machines and drying tables are kept in pristine condition.
Prior to pulping, the cherries undergo a thorough, careful sorting process, where only the ripest are selected. After pulping, the parchment is left to ferment overnight. It is then carefully washed and meticulously graded into distinct categories, before being transferred to specialised drying tables, where it sun-dries for 8-14 days.
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