Peranan Model Relasi Kopi Terhadap Pengembangan Perekonomian Petani Kopi di Pedesaan (Literature Review)

Syapta Wiguna, Syafruddin Karimi, Endrizal Ridwan

Abstract


Model relasi kopi merupakan salah satu pengembangan perdagangan kopi dengan menyederhanakan rantai nilai kopi. Model relasi kopi dipahami sebagai model kerjasama bisnis langsung antara roastery dengan petani kopi berdasarkan kopi dengan profil kualitas premium. Perubahan segmentasi permintaan kopi mendorong roastery untuk mengembangkan kualitas kopi, diantaranya dengan lebih melibatkan peran serta petani kopi. Keterlibatan tersebut memberikan peluang pengembangan kapasitas petani kopi untuk memenuhi kebutuhan pasar sehingga mendapatkan harga kopi yang lebih tinggi dan stabil. Metode penelitian menggunakan studi literatur mengenai peranan model relasi kopi terhadap pengembangan perekonomian petani. Ulasan literatur menunjukkan bahwa model relasi kopi mampu mengembangkan perekonomian petani kopi dan mendapatkan nilai tambah yang lebih tinggi. Selain itu, petani kopi mampu meningkatkan kapasitas yang dibutuhkannya untuk dapat menghasilkan kopi berkualitas sesuai dengan permintaan pasar. Hal yang perlu dibenahi dalam implementasi model relasi kopi adalah pengelolaan dan penguatan organisasi petani kopi.

Keywords


Model Relasi Kopi, Pembangunan Pedesaan, Organisasi Petani

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21776/ub.jepa.2019.003.04.11

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