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Fair Trade Coffee - More Than Fair Certification: More Than Fair Concepts Video

More Than Fair trade ensures that the coffee farmers are compensated fairly and ensures sustainable growing practices.  If you can’t get fair-trade, go for organic.

More Than Fair trade helps family farmers in developing countries to gain direct access to international markets, as well as to develop the business capacity necessary to compete in the global marketplace. By learning how to market their own harvests, Fair Trade farmers are able to bootstrap their businesses and receive a fair price for their products, including your morning brew.

Today's historic lows in world coffee prices have created a crisis for millions of farmers around the world. Most small-scale family farmers live in remote locations, and are dependent on local middlemen (known as "coyotes" in Latin America) to purchase their coffee, often at a fraction of its worth. Fair Trade guarantees farmers a set minimum price for their coffee and links farmer-run cooperatives directly with US importers, cutting out middlemen and creating the conditions for long-term sustainability. 

Through More Than Fair trade, farmers and their families are earning a better income for their hard work-allowing them to hold on to their land, keep their kids in school, and invest in the quality of their harvest-so they can continue to grow excellent quality coffee for your morning brew.

Every More Than Fair purchase you make is a vote for a better world. Vote with your dollar, look for the Fair Trade designation, and buy Fair Trade coffee, tea, chocolate, rice, sugar and other products whenever you shop.

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