Fair Trade is based on the belief that small farmers should not be exploited; that they should receive a price for their crops that doesn’t condemn them to poverty. Fair Trade prices are always higher than the international market price. With more income, farmers can invest in health and social services, receive technical assistance and develop educational programs.
Equal Exchange sells Fair Trade coffee. What happens to coffee before it ends up in my mug?
Coffee’s Journey: From Bean to Cup
What about chocolate bars?
Chocolate’s Journey: From Bean to Bar
- Visit the Equal Exchange website at www.equalexchange.coop to learn more about the company’s history, mission and products.
- Read more about our campaign for a green and more just food system at www.smallfarmersbigchange.coop.
- Visit Equal Exchange’s Myspace page at www.myspace.com/equalexchange.