Retailers broaden assortment of fair trade, direct trade and other responsibly grown coffee
Java drinkers don't have to travel far to find a cup of Joe that's not only high quality, but also good for the environment and the farmer. A quick stop at Target will do. That's because Target sells organic, fair trade and even “cup of excellence” coffee, a coveted designation given to the best-of-the-best coffee. It was once inconceivable that such exceptional offerings would be available at a discount chain. That's certainly no longer the case as retailers wake up their coffee ...
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