If you love giving Equal Exchange's gourmet, food products as gifts, have you considered spreading the love by offering them to your community at your local holiday fair? Setting up shop at a holiday fair with Equal Exchange products is a fun way to get to know your community, promote ethical consumption, support small farmers and artisans, and earn money for your favorite organization. Keep any leftover items for your personal use or give them as gifts!
Ruthie OlandNovember 15, 2010Categories:
Kelsie EvansSeptember 24, 2010Categories:
Lately it seems like camping has been the weekend activity of choice among Equal Exchangers, and many a Monday morning have brought stories of the perfect s'more made with our Chocolate Caramel Crunch with Sea Salt (55%).
Jessica Jones-HughesSeptember 21, 2010
I get more excited about drinking hot tea when I remember that each warming sip is packed with antioxidants. Unfortunately though, those delicate tea leaves are very sensitive to air and light. For example, after six months on the shelf, an average of 32 percent of the antioxidant content in green tea is lost.
Jessica Jones-HughesAugust 5, 2010
A curious Equal Exchange tea lover recently inquired, "Is rooibos or green tea higher in antioxidants?" So, let's start from the beginning...
Ashley SymonsJuly 26, 2010Categories:
Mike Mowry is a Coffee Quality Coordinator at Equal Exchange. It's his job to taste coffee.
Ashley SymonsJune 8, 2010Categories:
The Cooperative Fund of New England (CFNE) is a community development financial institution (CDFI) that is a bridge between socially responsible investors and co-operatives, community oriented non-profits, and worker-owned businesses in New England. Equal Exchange Food Service Sales Representative, LJ Taylor, is the former board president of CFNE.
Jessica Jones-HughesMarch 23, 2010
A fellow Equal Exchange chocolate lover pointed out to me the surprisingly high amount of iron per serving, thus giving us an excuse to consume more. How does chocolate get so much iron and is it readily absorbable? -
Jessica Jones-HughesFebruary 2, 2010
Thinking of cooking a delicious, romantic meal for a loved one? Show them extra love by caring for their heart health with some tasty dishes using Equal Exchange's fairly traded products, for a meal that benefits your loved one and the farmers who grew the delicious ingredients. A heart healthy diet is low in saturated and trans fats (mostly found in animal products), high in omega-3 fatty acids, high in fiber, and low in salt and sugar.
Phyllis RobinsonOctober 8, 2009Categories:
The road heading south between Guayaquil and Machala, on the coast of Ecuador, is lined with banana plantations. Endless rows of green banana plants stretch as far as the eye can see. Economic activity in this tropical region revolves almost exclusively around banana production and export. In fact, Ecuador is one of the world's largest banana exporting countries.
Ashley SymonsAugust 11, 2009
Keith Olcott is Customer Service Manager at Equal Exchange - and our Organic Certification Coordinator.