Each January, against my own better judgement, I sit down and write out my resolutions for the coming year. I reflect on the previous 365 days, and resolve to be better and to do better. Often times, these aspirations involve food, so I research and plan how I might alter my methods of food consumption to effect positive change in my life. Food, which has become as much of a technical object as a cultural one, is an incredibly important part of our lives. In deciding how we nourish ourselves, we make decisions that are simultaneously nutritional and environmental, political and economic.
Building a Vibrant Community
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From the Blog
January 9, 2018
I often tell people that the easiest part of being a green coffee buyer is actually buying the coffee. The much more complicated and interesting part of my job is collaborating with our producer partners to work on the issues and threats that coffee-growing communities face. One of the big contemporary threats to coffee production is the aging of coffee farmers.Carly Kadlec
January 2, 2018
With the start of a new year often comes reflection and resolution: eat healthier, save money, cook more. It's also really cold and dark in much of the country, which can mean increased time spent indoors. In this spirit, we'd thought we'd share some film and book recommendations from our Action Forum community.Ashley Symons
Organic Sisters' Blend
Honoring women coffee farmers who are active in their cooperatives, and women across the U.S. who advocate for small farmers.
Extreme Dark Chocolate
Are you a serious dark chocolate lover? With a high flavor impact that melts into a rich fudge taste, this 88% cacao bar may be the perfect one for you.
Organic Green Tea
A delicate green tea to start your day or brighten your afternoon.