FairChain Farming

Triple FairChain Premium

In this serie of FairChain Harvest blogs, we’ll now show you how we discovered that we actually pay a FairChain Premium three times. 1. Twenty percent We thought we paid

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FairChain Farming

The Quest For FairChain Red

Where does your bag of 100% Limu coffee come from? From Limu. Makes sense doesn’t it? Today Mark headed out from the town of Jimma, known as the birthground of

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Uncategorized

FairChain goes german

Fairtrade – ein überholtes Modell? Immer mehr junge Unternehmen haben verstanden: Fairtrade ist gut, aber letztlich nur eine bessere Version eines in sich unfairen Handelssystems: Entwicklungsländer, meist ehemalige Kolonien, produzieren Rohstoffe,

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FairChain Philosophy

Where Does Production Stop?

Well, if you’re a worker in a smallholder manufacturing company in just about any developing nation, your role in creating the end product finishes at the point where it is

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FairChain Philosophy

What is the weakest link?

What is the weakest link in a value chain? Is it the logistics component perhaps, responsible for moving raw goods to production facilities, to wholesalers, retailers and ultimately to the end

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FairChain Beyond Moyee

If you’ve become a FairChain revolutionary just because of the awesome Moyee Coffee, then you’ve missed the point. Or if you’ve become a revolutionary by going deeper into Moyee’s radically

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Coffee geekdom

Quick and dirty coffee

Here’s a great little soundbite to ponder the next time you’re standing by the coffee machine waiting for your beloved black brew to come trickling down to breathe new life

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FairChain Philosophy

Living with Coffee

Living with coffee. For most of us, this means a daily ritual of flicking on the coffee machine first thing in the morning for the first ‘heart-starter’ espresso hit before

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FairChain Philosophy

When Fair’s not Fair

Professor Colleen Haight is a fair-minded person. But not fair in the sense implied by ‘Fair Trade’. Far from it, in fact. During this short clip, you’ll be taken through

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