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FairChain Roasting report
In this report we want to share the low- down of what we consider Episode 1 of the FairChain sage. An inclusive FairChain Roasting business model that contributes to solving the problems of an unfair distribution of wealth between coffee growing and consuming countries.
FAIRCHAIN farming REPORT (coming soon)
In this report we want to share the low- down of what we consider Episode 2 of the FairChain sage. An inclusive FairChain Farming business model that contributes to solving the problems of the 25 million coffee smallholders without a living income.
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“The FairChain Foundation has the mission to stimulate and support business models that contribute to a TRULY fair distribution of the wealth amongst all parties in the value chain. The objective is for sustainable trade to replace the need for development aid.“
The three cornerstones of the FairChain Foundation are
1. Trade over Aid;
2. Creating shared value;
3. Compete on Quality, not Poverty.
The FairChain Foundation believes in challenging the way global commodities are conventionally traded in order to add value at the start of supply chains. How did it all begin? Guido van Staveren van Dijk started to investigate how conventional supply chains could be radically improved so producers receive a truly fair share of the deal. As a result, he founded a company in 2013 (Moyee Coffee) that grows premium quality coffee and gives the farmers an extremely fair deal for their efforts. But the FairChain movement does not stop here and aims at connecting all types of businesses aiming to pursue a fairer share of value.