HOW CHICAGO BECAME THE TOP “FAIR TRADE” CITY IN THE UNITED STATES

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Our manager, Rich Troche was interviewed by Megan Kramer of the Medill News Service about why we only serve fair and direct trade coffee. “Someone who just wants a dark roast coffee, like my grandfather, can come in and buy that,” Troche said. “Somebody who enjoys fair trade organic and direct trade coffee, and wants to hear the story of where the coffee came from and how it was processed, can come in as well.”

“With the help of Chicago Fair Trade, Chicago became a fair trade city in May 2011, making it the largest such city in the U.S. and the third-largest globally after London and Toronto.” ~Megan Kramer

Read the full article on Chicago’s commitment to ethically-sourced coffee and Rich’s vision for Everybody’s Coffee.

Read more here.

2016-05-20T13:11:32+00:00

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