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Fw: [interfaithcoffee] New Product!!!

  • Subject: [cg] Fw: [interfaithcoffee] New Product!!!
  • From: "Cyndy Ross" <cynross@tir.com>
  • Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2001 23:50:50 -0400

This is a great item to include in fundraising.  We've been serving this
coffee in our church for almost 2 years now.

Cyndy Ross, Chairperson
SLLC Organic Community Garden
Sylvan Lake Lutheran Church
1452 Avondale St
Sylvan Lake, MI 48320

Zone 6A

----- Original Message -----
From: "Micah Steinhilb" <interfaith@equalexchange.com>
To: "Interfaith Listserve" <interfaithcoffee@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2001 6:03 PM
Subject: [interfaithcoffee] New Product!!!

> (for use in percolators)
> * Fairly traded
> * Grown without artificial fertilizers and pesticides in Guatemala,
>    Nicaragua, and Peru;
> * Shade grown, in a diverse habitat suitable for migratory birds;
> * Just $55 for 10-lb case.
> -------------------------
> Coffee and fellowship go together naturally.  A warm pot is often the
> centerpiece of fellowship hour, celebrations, and other gatherings.
> It is also a direct link between our community and farming
> communities in the developing world.  Equal Exchange's fair trade
> practices ensure that this bond is held with the hand of fellowship
> and not with the hand of exploitation.
> Our Organic Fellowship Blend is grown organically under a canopy of
> shade trees by small farmers who know the value of farming
> sustainably.  Organic agriculture helps to keep their communities and
> the environment healthy. Shade grown coffee farms also protect
> valuable winter habitat for migratory songbirds such as tanagers,
> orioles, and warblers.  As deforestation accelerates in Latin
> America, these farms help to preserve forest ecosystems.
> By serving Equal Exchange coffee, your community can extend
> fellowship to our global neighbors while caring for Creation.  Each
> delicious cup that you serve helps build a better future for small
> farmers and their families while ensuring the protection of their
> lands, forests, waters, and livelihoods.
> Let justice pour!
> "Growing organically is a way of protecting
> our health and protecting the land for our children.
> If we spray the crops, it will kill the birds, and if the birds
> die, there will be no more music in the mountains."
> Cipriano Hernandez Rebolledo of UCIRI,
> a federation of indigenous communities in Oaxaca, Mexico
> ----------------------
> To order online:
> http://store.yahoo.com/equalexchange
> Call or e-mail for information on shade-grown coffee and migratory
> birds to share with your congregation.
> For more information on the New Organic Fellowship Blend coffee, the
> Interfaith Coffee Program and our full line of fairly traded coffees
> and teas e-mail interfaith@equalexchange.com call 781-830-0303 x228.
> To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
> interfaithcoffee-unsubscribe@egroups.com
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