On Fairness

Quality coffee producers with a global conscience

On Fairness
Harvesting coffee cherries at Doi Chaang in Thailand
From the Nov 15, 2021, issue

Throughout history, the sublime taste of coffee has come at a high cost to the environment and to the people who farm the beans. Now more than ever though, it’s possible to drink high quality coffee that also benefits others and the world at large. To help guide your search for responsibly produced coffees, Wine Spectator contributor and coffee expert Mark Pendergrast shares details on new book releases and four recommended coffees.

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