Fairtrade, Rainforest Alliance and organic.
For those who really care about coffee ethics but won't compromise on quality or choice.
Wonderfully full and rounded, Gaia offers toast and sweetness on the nose - and a bright palate bursting with juicy top notes.
Dark treacle meets juicy pears: full, rounded and alive with bright flavours.
[P] - Pulped Natural, [W] - Washed
The Fairtrade Mark is the only independent guarantee that coffee farmers have been paid a price that is higher than the cost of production. An additional social premium is also paid to the growers. It is distributed democratically, helping to develop businesses and pay for community projects.
The Rainforest Alliance seal of approval means that coffee farmers look after the tropical forests where they live and work. This certifies that wildlife is protected, rivers are kept clean, and natural resources are conserved.
Organically growing coffee means that coffee farmers don't use unnecessary chemicals and pesticides, which is good news for plant and animal life. Organic certification also means more money for the farmers, over and above Fairtrade prices.