Who’s the Fair-Tradest of them All? Green Mountain Coffee?

Via on Jun 27, 2008

Rick Peyser Green Mountain Coffee‘s Man in the Field – at the LOHAS 12 Forum in Boulder, Colorado.

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4 Responses to “Who’s the Fair-Tradest of them All? Green Mountain Coffee?”

  1. […] Rick’s interview with Waylon Lewis, Editor-In-Chief of Elephant… or click-through to Elephant’s web site to view a high rez version. elevision – Who’s the Fair-Tradest of them All? from elevision on […]

  2. […] And so the best “product” I could review here ain’t the Electra Amsterdam, Chico Bag, fair-trade cappucino with non-drugged cow milk, climbing at the Spot, or Mad Men (my latest fave). No, it’s […]

  3. […] to make a cuppa (organic, fair-trade Green Mountain) coffee (from me old high school home state of VT.). […]

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