Help for Businesses that Want to #GoFairtrade
Fair trade products guarantee that people and the environment were not exploited in their making. It is an easy thing for someone to want. However, once business owners learn of potential exploitation existing in the way some of their products are produced, it is hard to know the next steps. Luckily, Fair Trade Atlanta has compiled a list of local fair trade coffee wholesalers in order for businesses to have several options. In addition, there are fair trade versions of virtually EVERY product you can think of, available for wholesale. For help with this, please visit the extensive and very user-friendly Products page of Fair Trade USA in order to find a wholesaler for your business’s wares. In the Atlanta area, we have the following:
- Batdorf and Bronson Roasters – Meaningful relationships and the pursuit of excellence are the heart of everything we do at Batdorf & Bronson. Our collaborations with coffee farmers and our partnerships with customers are often measured in decades. Such is the power of our promise to deliver the highest quality coffee, training and service.
- Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee – Land of a Thousand Hills has reached beyond the borders of Rwanda to bring dignity and hope to Haiti, Thailand, and other parts of the globe. We partner with farmers and local community leaders to develop the coffee into a sustainable income, pay a just Living Wage, and strive to further meet the needs of the people. When you buy Land of a Thousand Hills, you are receiving coffee that is 100% Arabica, fairly traded, and roasted fresh. Your excellent morning cup is offering hope to these developing coffee communities with each purchase. Drink Coffee. Do Good.™
- Counter Culture Coffee – Building a sustainable business is central to Counter Culture Coffee’s mission. We seek coffee that not only tastes good but also does good, from our local communities to the communities around the world where we source coffee.
- Beanealogy– We are an Atlanta-based roasting company, and we micro-roast coffees from all around the world in order to provide freshly roasted coffees to our customers. We come from a long line of coffee folk, dating back to the late 1880s and presently including our own family’s coffee farm in Nicaragua. Through Beanealogy, coffee is purchased and sold to individuals, effectively never leaving our family’s hands before it reaches yours. We are proud to provide you with the true seed-to-cup experience!
We hope that this list, as well as the amazing resources from Fair Trade USA help make your company’s transition to fair trade an easy one. For further assistance, please contact us at email@example.com
Posted on June 18, 2016, in Fair Trade News and tagged atlanta, bananas, business, chocolate, coffee, ethical, fair trade, fairtrade, human trafficking, slavery, wholesale. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.