How to make the coffee at Trader Joe’s trade center
Traders can now order Fair Trade coffee from Trader Joe of California, the first coffee chain in the United States to do so.
The company’s website states that it is the first “full service coffee roaster to offer fair trade,” and that Trader Joe coffee will “be roasted and processed in the U.S.A.”
As the coffee roasters say on their website, “fair trade” is a fair trade standard used in coffee farming.
Fair trade coffee is often roasted in a way that improves the taste of the beans.
Trader Joe has been growing its fair trade portfolio for several years, and announced its plans to open its Fair Trade Coffee Roasting Company in San Jose, California in June.
It will offer Trader Joe Fair Trade coffees, as well as fair trade espresso, and other Fair Trade products, as part of the company’s growing coffee operations.
The move comes after Trader Joe has faced criticism from some consumers and some retailers over the past few years for its Fair Trading policies.
The company also announced its intention to open a Fair Trade Cafe in San Francisco, where Trader Joe will offer its Fair trade espresso and coffee, and in other coffee-focused markets.
This isn’t the first time Trader Joe is taking a stand on fair trade.
In February, Trader Joe said it would offer Fair Trade milk to customers in the coffee shop and at other restaurants, and will allow customers to purchase fair trade milk online.