Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Mountain Cabin Coffee

My friend Tina works for a company named Melaleuca, The Wellness Comany. By wellness, they mean complete wellness. They were created to put people first. People before profit. People before anything else. That is what Fair Trade does. Besides all the wellness products from nutrition to household to medicines, Maleluca sells Mountain Cabin coffee. It is produced by farmers who are fairly compensated and whose farm practices are environmentally sustainable. Each cup makes a difference for good.

Sunday, February 26, 2017

Disney to introduce Fair Trade Peruvian Coffee

Fair Trade Peruvian Coffee Blend is to be introduced at select Disney restaurants. About a year ago, a student at Presentation HS created a Change.org petition for Disney to commit to a fair trade policy. See https://www.change.org/.../disney-commit-to-a-fair-trade... She got over 1200 hits. We can hope that Disney listened. 

Monday, February 20, 2017

Fair Trade Weekend at St John Vianney

This weekend is Fair Trade Weekend at St John Vianney Church on February 25-26 after each mass. When you purchase Equal Exchange Fair Trade coffee, chocolate, cocoa and tea you help many of the poorest working families in the world to lift themselves out of poverty. Enjoy a Cup of Justice and a Cup of Charity!

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Peet's Los Cafeteros Blend

Peet's Fair Trade Blend is now Los Cafeteros Blend. Found Locally at Target store at Oakridge Mall.

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Sleep Better with Fair Trade

Rest Easy with Fair Trade. For every Fair Trade Certified bedding or bedroom product sold, factory workers and/or cotton farmers earn additional money to address critical needs like transportation, healthcare for women, and disaster relief. The best part is, it’s up to them to decide how to use it based on their most pressing needs.

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Stop Human Trafficking with Fair Trade

Turn on the light and stop human trafficking by choosing Fair Trade products. With Fair Trade, small-scale farmers and workers who receive fair wage can better provide for their families, and avoid the cycle of poverty that push children into situations of exploitation and trafficking. https://tinyurl.com/hxbejm4