The Strategic Summit:...
by Amanda Cooper (who joined Rick Peyser on this trip)In the summer of 2007, CIAT (The International Center for Tropical Agriculture) conducted over 175 household interviews in communities that supply GMCR with coffee in Mexico, Guatemala, and Nicaragua to better understand the challenges and opportunities these communities face.  The one-on-one interviews were conducted with coffee farmers or their spouse, and provided information about the interviewee’s family size, their levels of education,...
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Attending the CLAC Conference in Guatemala

Below is a report sent in by Rick Peyser, Green Mountain Coffee's Director of Social Advocacy and...

Fair Trade: Trick or Treat?

As daylight dims and diminutive ghosts and goblins prepare for Halloween's curious traditions, so,...

Recipe: Pumpkin Mocha Supreme

One of our most popular seasonal Fair Trade coffees is Pumpkin Spice.People tell us they can’t wait...

Fair Trade Provides Hope for the Future

Indonesian coffees are prized for their complexity. The unusual processing techniques used by the...

Donating Fair Trade Coffee

Did you know all of our coffee donations are fair trade certified organic coffee? In 2006 we made a...

Sourcing Fair Trade Coffee With Sustainable Harvests

Sustainable Harvest imports high quality sustainable specialty coffees from around the world.  We...

Fair Trade Nation

In the past few years both Scottish and Welsh governments were actively attempting to become the...
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