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ANEI and coffee quality

June 20, 2017

ANEI is a word in the language of the Arhuaco people, which roughly translated into English means ‘good’ or ‘positive’.

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From Capuchins to cappuccinos – The transformative power of coffee

June 18, 2017

The Spanish conquest of Colombia did not work out well for the original inhabitants of the Sierra Nevada.

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National Volunteer Week 2017

Over the years, tens of thousands of volunteers have generously contributed their time and energy to Trade Aid.

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Finding strength and trust in community

June 14, 2017

On a bright sunny day, Ricardo Quintana’s coffee farm in Miraflores, in northern Colombia, is a peaceful and beautiful place.

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Product recall

May 18, 2017

Trade Aid recalls product due to fire risk.

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Annual Report 2016

February 27, 2017

At the heart of this report are all those who join Trade Aid in its vision for a world where trade is fair for all

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New Year honours for business leaders includes Vi Cottrell

February 5, 2017

Vi Cottrell was recently recognised on the New Year honours for business leaders.

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Trade Aid recalls a further two products

Trade Aid advises that two further products have been voluntarily recalled.

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A message from Trade Aid’s CEO

December 31, 2016

As the year comes to a close I’d like to take the opportunity to thank all our producers, volunteers and customers for their support.

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Sidamo, Guji or Yirgacheffe? by Ewan Cameron

April 12, 2016

With more than a decade of direct experience, Trade Aid is New Zealand’s leading importer of Ethiopian coffees.

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A meeting of merchants, minds and matters

April 7, 2016

The exhibit hall is cavernous, and row after row of exhibitor stands fill it from end to end.

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Monkey business in Thailand by Justin Purser

March 7, 2016

Visiting Trade Aid’s trading partner Green Net.

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A long drought, and a sudden storm by Justin Purser

March 6, 2016

Today, their co-operative is providing them not just the highest prices received by rooibos farmers in the world

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Defining coffee qualities in Ethiopia

February 27, 2016

Ewan Cameron and Justin Purser travelled with a group of commercial coffee roasters from New Zealand to Ethiopia in February 2015.

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A burning issue – climate change and coffee

January 6, 2016

Climate change has been very much in the spotlight recently.

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Empowerment in action: A community speaks out

A giant billboard towers above a smaller road sign which indicates the way to Kampala.

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