Leif Rawson-AhernApril 14, 2016
Carly KadlecApril 12, 2016Categories:
As organic farmers, many of our partners are especially susceptible to the multitude of environmental threats brought on by climate change. These new challenges, including the recent prevalence of the destructive fungus known as coffee leaf rust, are a real danger to the productivity of organic farms and the livelihoods of the people who rely on coffee.
Mary O'BrienApril 11, 2016Mary O’Brien, an activist in the Social Justice Office of the Archdiocese of Hartford, Connecticut, reflects on fair trade and her faith. She explores the concepts of encounter, relationship and solidarity, on a visit with Equal Exchange to a coffee farming community in El Salvador, or sipping a morning cup of fairly traded coffee
Phyllis_RobinsonMarch 31, 2016
So March has come to an end, which means the end of another thrilling Equal Exchange Banana Month. This post marks the last of a three-part series that digs deep into the web documentary Beyond the Seal (missed Part 1 and Part 2?).
This March, we have been overwhelmed with the enthusiasm and energy around Equal Exchange bananas and Beyond the Seal. While March may be over, we want to keep the momentum and conversations around Beyond the Seal going. We’ll continue to promote Beyond the Seal throughout the year and hope you’ll do the same!
Using Our Voices: Honoring Dr. Mukwege for his work at the Panzi Hospital in the Democratic Republic of the CongoPhyllis_RobinsonMarch 24, 2016
By Frankie Pondolph, Equal Exchange Sales Representative
Frankie Pondolph and Laurie Foote, Equal Exchange Sales Representatives, with Naama Haviv, Executive Director of the Panzi Foundation USA
Phyllis_RobinsonMarch 21, 2016
It’s mid-March which means Equal Exchange Banana Month is in full swing! This March also marks our 10th year in the banana trade. To celebrate, we are promoting a new web documentary called Beyond the Seal.
This is the second of a three-part series that digs deep into Beyond the Seal (missed Part 1? Click here).
Emily ReersMarch 18, 2016Categories:
Phyllis_RobinsonMarch 2, 2016
Welcome to Equal Exchange Banana Month! We dedicate this month to raising awareness about our fair trade banana supply chain and how this chain transforms our communities on both ends. Wherever you fall within the supply chain, this work is about ownership, having a voice, and connecting to our food.
This March is even more special because it marks our 10th year in the banana trade.To celebrate, we’ll be promoting a new web documentary Beyond the Seal, an intriguing piece that boldly portrays the realities of small-scale banana farming.
Sara FioreFebruary 17, 2016Categories:
Peter BuckFebruary 17, 2016Peter Buck is a Senior Representative of the Interfaith & Community Sales program at Equal Exchange. This blog post is part of an ongoing series of reflections on the relationship between Fair Trade and Catholic teachings.