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Our pals at Equal Exchange celebrate banana month every March.
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Our Equal Exchange bananas come from progressive, small-scale banana cooperatives in Ecuador and Peru. Check out their inspiring stories below, provided by our friends at Equal Exchange. Learn more at http://www.beyondthepeel.com
March is Banana Month at the Co-op! Want the best bananas in the business? Look for the ones with the red-and-white Equal Exchange sticker on the peel.
There are many ways to jazz up our new Fair Trade Organic Co-op Cashews! Here is just one.
In stores now—new cooperatively produced dried mango! Through a unique partnership with Equal Exchange, the Co-op is building cooperative supply chains with mango processors in one of the poorest nations in Africa.
In stores now—new cooperatively produced cashews! Through a unique partnership with Equal Exchange, the Co-op is building cooperative supply chains with cashew farmers in El Salvador. Read the inspiring story from our friends at Equal Exchange.
New Organic Cashews from India and the Fabulous Fair Trade Farmers Who Bring Them to Us. In stores now—new cooperatively produced cashews! Through a unique partnership with Equal Exchange, the Co-op is building cooperative supply chains with cashew farmers in India.
The Co-op’s latest partnership with Equal Exchange and its fair trade farming partners closes the loop on another fully cooperative supply chain.
The recent news about red meat and processed meats and cancer is not really news at all. Cancer research organizations have been reporting on the wisdom of decreasing these meats in the diet for many years.
October is Co-op Month and Fair Trade Month, and this October we’re taking the opportunity to focus on the impact of co-ops on human rights around the world.
One of the most inspiring fair trade cooperatives we know is Alaffia.
Coffee farming is complicated and surrounded by a web of influence that pictures and videos can’t describe. Every time I pour a cup of coffee, it inspires me to think about all of the things that had to happen for that beverage to make it to my cup.