Fri, Aug 15, 2014 - 5:34pm

Our Cup of Organic Tea: Empowered Farmers, Better Trade

Sara Fiore
August 15, 2014
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When do you enjoy our fairly traded, organic tea? Whether it’s a warm cup in the morning or tall glass of iced tea on a summer afternoon, tea is a refreshing and delicious complement to any relaxing moment. In every cup of Equal Exchange tea, there’s the story of farmers and workers who are building better lives and a better model for bringing that tea to your pot.

Tue, Aug 5, 2014 - 11:11am

The Long Road Forward: Co-ops Supporting Co-ops – Part I

Small Farmers, Big Change
August 5, 2014

“During the war, my comandante told me that we were fighting for a house, a piece of land, and a business. Today, I have a house; some land; we co-own our business; and, my comandante … is President [of El Salvador]!” Oscar Valladares, former President, APRAINORES
 
Oscar Valladares

Mon, Aug 4, 2014 - 11:07am

Benefits of Dark Chocolate

Jessica Jones-Hughes
August 4, 2014
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Have you been following the outpouring of new research about the important role of bacteria in our body and its link to our health? There was very little information about how our microflora (a.k.a. gut bacteria) influenced our health until about five years ago. The new findings are truly revolutionizing our understanding of health and nutrition (think probiotics and prebiotics).

COMSA

The farmers at COMSA have their very own “COMSA philosophy” that they have all created and contributed to as their organization has developed over the past 13 years. The philosophy centers on living out and practicing their values in their work, community, and personal life.

Wed, Jul 30, 2014 - 10:27am

The Learning Never Stops: Part 3 – The Personal

Carly Kadlec
July 30, 2014

The Cooperation in Productivity event was the first time Equal Exchange has organized a peer-led, on-farm learning experience between farmer organizations. It was incredibly exciting, not just because it was the first event of its kind for us, but because of all the farmer-driven content.

CIRSA

The members of CIRSA come primarily from two main ethnic groups, Tzotzil and Tzeltal; if Spanish is spoken at all, it is spoken as a second language.

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