Fair Trade: Making a...
Concepcion Tunqui's day begins at 3 am. She gathers firewood to cook her breakfast, then joins other members of her coffee cooperative on their organic farm in the southern highlands of Peru. Around 11, she'll stop to cook a communal meal for the workers. She'll clean up, then return to her chacra (land parcel) to hand pick the reddest, ripest coffee cherries until the sun sinks behind the towering Andean peaks that surround her. She is 57 years old, and she has done this all her life.Until...
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