From the birthplace of coffee comes this delicious Sidamo Ethiopia Gold fair trade coffee, roasted to perfection. Certified Fairtrade and organic, it's much better for the farming families, the environment and for your health.
The Fairtrade label on the packet is your guarantee that this coffee meets internationally agreed Fairtrade standards.
The Oromia Farmers Union buys coffee from grower cooperatives and sells it directly to overseas buyers. 70% of net profit goes back directly to the farmers, and the extra Fairtrade Premium you pay goes back to the cooperatives for community benefit.
The Negele Gorbitu Cooperative is just one of 74 cooperatives forming the Oromia Farmers Union, and over a 2 year period Negele Gorbitu built a new clinic and a school for 300 children from the Fairtrade Premium.
Available as medium ground or whole beans.
The Oromia Coffee Farmers Union represents 155 cooperatives involved in high quality Arabica coffee production in Ethiopia, the birth place of coffee.
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A little about Global Mamas: Global Mamas is a Fair Trade cooperative in Ghana, West Africa, supporting the sustainable development of women artisans producing fair trade products
New Internationalist Australia is a member of the World Fair Trade Organization, which means we have to stock a percentage of Fair Trade products, and also adhere to Fair Trade practices ourselves. Great for supporting producers rights, and also for our staff.
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