Retail and specialty roasters

GoCoffeeGo

by on July 17, 2010

Order from a variety of great coffee roasters from one site.

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Revised on November 2, 2010

Caribou Coffee recently announced that it will be sourcing all of its beans from Rainforest Alliance certified farms by the end of 2011.

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Revised on November 2, 2010

Starbucks news

by on March 21, 2010

Some recent sustainability-related news regarding Starbucks: Starbucks has a new Conservation International-branded loyalty card. Every time a customer uses a CI Starbucks card from now through the end of 2010, five cents will go to Conservation International for forest preservation….

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Revised on March 23, 2014

A handy list of roasters who regularly carry Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center Bird-Friendly-certified coffee.

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Revised on July 8, 2014

For every bag of the Finca Nueva Armenia Holiday Blend purchased by a Coffee & Conservation reader from now through December 21, 2009, I will donate $1 to the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center.

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Revised on March 24, 2014

By now, Café Femenino coffee should be available in many Kroger grocery stores across the nation. Café Femenino was founded in 2004 by Organic Products Trading Company (OPTCO, the exclusive […]

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Revised on July 3, 2014

Last year, Counter Culture Coffee launched its Direct Trade program. They also strarted rolling out their current line of packaging: brown kraft-like valve bags with a sleeve that has nice origin-appropriate art, a map on one side panel showing the…

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Revised on September 29, 2013

Caribou Coffee sources over 50% of its beans from Rainforest Alliance certified farms, and they are included in at least eight of their offerings; their Guatemala El Socorro is 100% RA certified. On April 22, 2009, in honor of Earth…

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Revised on November 2, 2010

National Geographic is introducing a line of coffees called “Terra Firma.” Remarkably, none of them are certified organic or shade grown.

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Revised on March 23, 2014

Plainspoken Coffee. A Coffee Review for Ordinary People by Ordinary People, #41. Starbucks Organic Shade Grown Mexico is produced by around 900 small farmers on 3200 ha of land in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas [1]. Many of the…

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Revised on March 23, 2014

Birds & Beans now available

by on February 21, 2009

The Birds & Beans: The Good Coffee web site is now up and running. Since I posted about this initiative, which offers only Smithsonian Bird-Friendly certified coffee, there have been a few tweaks and changes. For a limited time, you…

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Revised on March 23, 2014

Green Mountain Coffee Roasters will award four grants of $200,000 each to organizations with ideas to combat climate change in four core areas: transportation-related emissions (including GMCR’s product shipping), threats to coffee-growing communities (enormous, given that climate change is already…

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Revised on July 8, 2014

Trader Joe’s coffee

by on February 5, 2009

Trader Joe’s offers many varieties of private label brands of coffee. For the most part, they are very secretive about their suppliers, and don’t disclose specific origins of their coffee.

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Revised on March 23, 2014

A new initiative to featuring Smithsonian Bird-Friendly certified coffee is being launched next week in the New England and New York area. “Birds&Beans: the good coffee” will be sold by subscription, and promoted via “Voices for the Birds” talks by…

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Revised on March 23, 2014

Coffee at Panera Bread

by on December 19, 2008

Panera Bread serves coffee that is roasted and sourced in a way that is far more transparent and responsible than any other non-specialty coffee chain I’ve encountered.

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Revised on June 15, 2014