Coffee is grown by about 25 million producers worldwide and consumed by 500 million people. Producers are usually small farmers with less than 10 hectares of cultivated land. Only five companies (Nestle, Craft/Mondelize, Sally, Proctor & Gamble, and Chibo) dominate 45% of the total coffee roasting, while three companies (Numan Group, Ecom, and Volcafe) account for half of the coffee bean trading volume. These companies, which determine the global supply chain, increase profits to return to them and force farmers to cheaper and cheaper coffee beans. The price of coffee-related products bought by consumers on the other side of the supply chain is also rising. Almost the same phenomenon occurs in the production and distribution of many agricultural products traded worldwide, such as cacao, cotton, sugar cane, and bananas.