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Category: In The Press

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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In The Press

Ghanas Bananas

It’s official. Ghana’s going bananas. Literally, in fact. While the rest of us have enjoyed only a casual affair the humble fruit, this one African nation has emerged into a

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FairChain Philosophy

Value Added in Africa

If there’s one organisation that gets our full respect for their efforts in adding value to products locally, it’s these guys. They go by the name of Value Added in

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Coffee geekdom

Newest B Corp: Moyee Coffee!

“B Corps might turn out to be like civil rights for blacks or voting rights for women – eccentric, unpopular ideas that took hold and changed the world.” -Esquire Magazine

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FairChain Philosophy

GOING BEYOND FAIRTRADE

We don’t have anything against Fairtrade, we just think it’s time to do more. And it seems that Steven Macatonia, the co-director of Union Hand-Roasted Coffee, shares the same idea. “If

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FairChain Philosophy

THE BRAWL OVER FAIR TRADE

It’s happening a lot more nowadays at fair trade conventions and seminars. Brawls, that is. That’s right, the gloves are off, bar stools are flying, whiskey bottles are smashing, guns

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In The Press

Going Beyond Fair Trade

  We don’t have anything against Fairtrade, we just think it’s time to do more. And it seems that Steven Macatonia, the co-director of Union Hand-Roasted Coffee, shares the same idea.

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