Fair Trade Coffee
Buy Fair Trade Coffee
And now - our Fair Trade Coffee sales at Second Presbyterian includes Single Serve coffees. Enjoy Equal Exchange coffee one cup at a time with our delicious, convenient and environmentally-friendly single serve cups. Three varieties will be available at $8.00 per box of twelve cups. With a recyclable cup and lid and a compostable filter, it’s the clear choice for a conscientious cup. Now you can enjoy our fairly traded, organic and expertly roasted coffee anywhere — and feel good about it, too. Learn more about Equal Exchange fair trade coffees at http://www.equalexchange.coop/
$7.00 - Regular (12 oz. bag)
$8.00 - Decaf (12 oz. bag)
Both ground and whole bean are available.
Pay by cash or by check to Second Presbyterian Church, marked for coffee.
Fair Trade Coffee Sales Dates - (Available after worship during coffee hour on the first and third Sundays of the month.)
Equal Exchange is coffee with a mission. It seeks to balance the inequities found in the conventional coffee trade and makes fairly traded coffee available to congregations throughout the PCUSA. Your purchase of fair trade coffee, for personal use or for work, can help struggling farmers all over the world. To learn more, visit www.equalexchange.coop. To learn about a specific country, click on Farmer Partners and then on Guatemala for example, and read how fair trade coffee is making a difference there.
Your purchase of this high-quality coffee helps small farmers who receive a higher (fairer) price for the sale of their coffee beans. You are also supporting the environment since Equal Exchange Coffee is shade grown using sustainable farming methods. Small farmers work together in local cooperatives, which improve their ability to sell their coffee for a better price. In Guatemala one of the farmers commented, “The premiums we receive from selling our coffee through fair trade help us to send our children to school.”
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