May 10, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger
Learning the "bean-to-cup" journey before you buy. Tyler Charles posted 5/10/2010 1 of 4 F or many churches, coffee has become a fundamental piece of their identity, whether it's offered during Sunday morning services or served throughout the week in a church-operated caf or coffee shop.
For an evangelival to put that much faith in Fair-Trade coffee is a eternal mistake!
Fair-trade has lots of scammers using the name to exploit and profit off the poor.
I run a coop. on the free market because Fair-trade wanted 10% of our profits, we have been getting fair-trade for our coffee than fair-trade coffee... Quality is the determining factor!!!
Fair-trade is just a socialized project that pays everyone the same based on social reasons, unless everyone has great coffee, it drags the whole coop down. just my 2 cents! fair-trade has done some good as it was invented in our town by a dutch priest and a zapotec who I know in Oaxaca.
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