Coffee Innovation Pilots

11.05.13
If you’ve ever wondered, “where does my money actually go when I buy a cup of Fair Trade coffee,” then this one’s for you. Nestled high at the top of a...
11.12.13
This guest blog post comes to us from our very own Miguel Zamora, the Director of Coffee Innovation and Producer Relations at Fair Trade USA. Miguel is...
10.04.13
Results are in for the first year of Fair Trade USA’s Coffee Innovation Program. We’re pleased to report that imports of Fair Trade Certified coffee increased...
8.06.13
Fair Trade USA is proud to announce that our partner, Beneficio Santa Rosa, has been awarded the prestigious “Presidential Award for Exporters” for 2013....
4.03.13
In the fall of 2011 Fair Trade USA announced a new vision to double the impact of Fair Trade for farmers and workers by 2015. This initiative, which we call...
1.17.13
This guest blog post comes to us from our very own Miguel Zamora, the Director of Coffee Innovation and Producer Relations at Fair Trade USA. Miguel is...
9.05.12
In San Ramón, Costa Rica, 550 small-scale growers, who each own between 1 and 5 acres of land, are the first group of independent smallholders in coffee to...
7.24.12
In January Fazenda Nossa Senhora de Fatima (FNSF), a 500-acre, 100% organic, family-owned coffee farm in Brazil, became the world’s first Fair Trade...
6.26.12
Fazenda Nossa Senhora de Fatima (FNSF) is a 230 hectare, 100% organic, family-owned coffee farm in the Cerrado Region of Minas Gerais, Brazil. With 110 farm...
9.01.13
Believing that fair trade should be available beyond cooperatives, Fair Trade USA has created a pilot program for independent small-farmers and large estates....