Supporting fair trade coffee producers, it’s also supporting better fair working conditions.
A delicious coffee!
Growing organic coffee avoids massive deforestation (partial shade culture) and the use of chemicals, and thus protect the habitat of animals and humans.
Offer a fairtrade coffee (social responsability) and organic (environmental friendly) is a great example of responsible good practice. The aim being to offer this coffee but also to explain to your customers why it is so important. In the video above, José, from the coffee production of Selva Negra in Nicaragua explains (in spanish, with english subtitles), what, according to him, makes the difference between organic and fairtrade coffee and ordinary coffee.
An organic coffee :
A coffee grown in partial shade:
Check the certifications received by the producer: for example at the Selva Negra, the production of coffee is certified by RainForest, Biolatina, Bird Friendly.
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