International Coffee Day
Make sure that your coffee is part of a FAIRER future for women, children and the environment.
Eight Steps To Make Fair Coffee
Papua New Guinea Coffee
Fairtrade coffee is grown by farmers around the world but this year for International Coffee Day we’re especially celebrating coffee farmers just across the way in PNG.
PNG coffee is special because the climate and landscape is so well suited to coffee that it grows wild! Fairtrade coffee farmers in PNG don’t use the wild stuff though – theirs is lovingly grown in small coffee gardens to be organic and pure.
Not only is PNG speciality coffee delicious but it’s also really important to the country’s economy and the 2.5 million families who rely on it for their main source of income. That means if you want to create a world that’s fairer, buying PNG coffee is a pretty good place to start.
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Other Fairtrade Products
Bananas | He Panana
The popular fruit works well in everything from smoothies to cakes – but this popularity that makes for a very competitive market and retailer price-wars, leaving farmers out of pocket and ill-equipped to deal with the many challenges banana crops present.