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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:04 AM
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by Caitlin Bristol last modified May 20, 2011

Aside from thinking Tiny Footprint's carbon negative, organic coffee is changing the way we think about our morning cup, we think the beans are just downright tasty (think smooth, mild taste, yet full-bodied flavor).




 

 

Aside from thinking Tiny Footprint’s carbon negative, organic coffee is changing the way we think about our morning cup, we think the beans are just downright tasty (think smooth, mild taste, yet full-bodied flavor).

Shade grown on small family farms, the carbon for the entire process – harvesting, roasting, and distribution – is offset by planting trees in the Ecuadorian Mindo Cloudforest. In fact, it’s more than offset. Though the team has calculated it takes 4 lbs of carbon to make one pound of coffee, 54 lbs of trees are planted for every pound of coffee made. The results? A good karma surplus!

Available at a variety of natural grocery stores and coops, you can also purchase online at Amazon ($24-$32).


 

 

 
 
 

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