CAFE TIME – Running to...
Last week I used CAFE Time to run a marathon which the organizers hope will generate increased public awareness about the few remaining major rivers in Quebec that have not been dammed for hydro-power. CAFÉ Time enables GMCR employees to do up to 52 hours per year of volunteer time with pay. My run was one of 50 linked marathons that will cover over 1,000 miles – with generally one runner per link.The course started near St. James Bay on September 9th, in northern Quebec with Cree Indian runners...
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Circle Of Excellence award (again!)

A big thank you to BizRate, our web site satisfaction partner, for awarding us our second Circle of...

There are donkeys in our supply chain

We have lasers that etch date codes in the sides of K Cups. We have a robot-run fork truck that...

Day 2 in Kenya - waking up to Zebras, Hippos and Fair Trade Roses

Rick Peyser, Director of Social Advocacy and Coffee Community Outreach (we like long titles here at...

Fair Trade in Kenya

Rick Peyser, Director of Social Advocacy and Coffee Community Outreach is on the Board of Directors...

No one had ever mailed me a package before

This from a 58 year Fair Trade coffee farmer from northern Nicaragua.  A few months ago we posted an...
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