Best coffee you’ll taste this year? Fair(trade) call!

How do you take your coffee?

With a dash of milk and a heaped teaspoon of social empowerment, please!

At Ethical Trading Group, we’re proud to say we’re committed to Fairtrade and sustainable production. So there was never any doubt we wouldn’t go past that proud green, blue and black logo of the Fairtrade Certified Mark when it came to choosing our coffee.

But the best part? Our Papua New Guinea-sourced Neknasi Coffee Growers Cooperative Society coffee beans not only ensure fair pay and working conditions for farmers in the Morobe Province of our northern neighbour, but they taste amazing, too!

The rich, smooth taste of the organic beans are renowned for their robust flavour, and form a great, strong basis for many blends in cafés around Australia.

Not only does purchasing these coffee beans help out 422 coffee farmers who are part of the cooperative, but some of the money goes towards helping out the whole community through health, infrastructure and other vital projects.

DISCLAIMER: This is a fictional article created for a fictional company as part of Open Colleges’ Diploma of Social Media Marketing, and is not intended as an actual product review for an actual company.
SOURCES: palms.org.au; fairtrade.com.au

 

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