for coffee enthusiasts from harvest to cup

Starbucks Store Online

Why not fair trade coffee?

Whether buying a cup at your favorite cafe' or buying a coffee gift for your favorite coffee enthusiast, the added price of buying fair trade coffee is just pennies. The average premium for fair trade coffee the farmer receives is approximately 20 cents per pound.


Coffee farming is a very labor intensive process and grown in remote areas not easily accessible by roads.  The benefits to the grower are obvious guaranteeing a minimum price to cover costs and a slight premium to be utilized for things such as healthcare, education, farming improvements, and environmental conditions. It also ensures sustainability to keep up with demand. In addition, there are less chemicals and pesticides used in the process providing a better healthier product.


The retailer sells a more valuable product while increasing public relations.  Even if the cafe' increases the selling price of a cup of fair trade coffee, the demand should not be affected. It could also be a positive advertising source increasing sales volume. Fair trade coffee gifts add more meaning to the giver and recipient.


If you can buy a higher quality tastier  product and help the local and global economy and environment, why would you not buy fair trade coffee?  Next time you order your favorite brew or fair trade coffee gift, you can feel good about buying it by doing some good.  

Kona Coffee
from harvest to cup

Coffee News Fair

On the following pages you will find information and links to everything coffee from harvest to cup. Fair trade coffee, coffee gifts, coffee roasts, coffee weather, coffee prices, latest coffee news, and organic coffee are all included.


Fair Trade Coffee

Fair trade coffee is an international certification that ensures certain safety and working conditions for the farmers and guarantees an agreed upon livable price  while promoting environmentally sustainable practices. Part of the revenue is used for projects that improve the living conditions of the farming community. A similar certification exists for fair trade chocolate and fair trade cocoa.





The information contained in this website is for general purposes only. In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation, indirect or consequential loss or damage, or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this website.
Through this website you are able to link to other websites which are not under the control of Caffefair.com. We have no control over the nature, content and availability of those sites. The inclusion of any links does not necessarily imply a recommendation or endorse the views expressed within them.Caffefair.com  may be compensated if consumers choose to purchase coffee gifts and other items from product advertising links in the content.

Privacy Policy - Caffefair.com respects the privacy of its users.. Visitors do not need to register or disclose any personally identifiable information on this website. This site's web pages may display links and advertising which is directly delivered by third parties. These parties usually deliver a cookie to your computer, and log your request activity in their log files. These third parties do not share any personal identifying information with us.  This website does not collect or share any personally identifiable information with third parties. You may choose to block the collection of some information by advertisers by reconfiguring your web browser.

This site is dedicated to the coffee enthusiast who wants to know everything about their favorite beverage from harvested bean to  steaming cup.