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11.21.11

Hosted by Sustainable Harvest, ‘Let’s Talk Coffee 2011’ brought together members of the specialty coffee industry

Each year, Sustainable Harvest, a specialty coffee importer, hosts Let’s Talk Coffee, a 3-day event that brings the specialty coffee industry together to engage in conversations around sustainable production and supply chains, from seed to cup.
11.21.11
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11.17.11

Guest Blogger: Dänny Ronen of FAIR. (The Fair Trade Spirits Co)

  Guest Blogger, Dänny Ronen of FAIR. (The Fair Trade Spirits Co) recently partnered with Richard Sandlin of Fair Trade USA to serve Fair Trade cocktails to some of the specialty coffee industry's finest baristas. He shares his experience of the event along with some tasty FAIR. cocktail recipes to inspire your next cocktail party.  
11.15.11

Gifts that Give Back to Farmers and Workers Around the World

The Ultimate Fair Trade Holiday Gift Guide This season you can make every gift matter by purchasing presents that spread holiday cheer, not only to your loved ones but also to farmers and workers around the world. Our annual Holiday Gift Guide provides meaningful suggestions for everyone on your list.
11.14.11

Colombian Coffee Cooperative Stays Strong with Fair Trade On Its Side

Meet Yuri Pillimue, International Commercial Manager of the Fair Trade Certified coffee cooperative Asociación Fondo Paez. Not only is Yuri a dedicated mother and member of the largest indigenous group in Colombia, the Paez, she is also a brilliant business woman who originally joined the cooperative to help secure indigenous land rights.
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