Fair trade coffee
While the global coffee industry earns an estimated $60 billion annually, less than 10 percent of those earnings end up in the hands of coffee farmers. Because they’re often paid so poorly for their beans, many coffee farmers have had little choice but to abandon their lands or turn to slash-and-burn agriculture, cattle ranching or other environmentally devastating practices.
In El Salvador, Rainforest Alliance Certified farms yield price premiums that farmers have reinvested in community projects. Learn More »
See what we’re doing in Vietnam to help farmers adopt more efficient and productive methods. Learn More »