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Steeped In Purpose: How A Coffee And Tea Company Is Forging A New Kind Of Social Entrepreneurship

Christopher Marquis of Forbes reports on a coffee and tea company that is tackling forced labor worldwide.

The C3 Take
  • A necessity for many, coffee and tea can be sourced through unethical means such as child and forced labor.
  • The Grace Farms Foundation, which owns coffee and tea maker Grace Farms, is using capitalism to address these issues and is giving 100% of its profits to end forced labor worldwide.
  • Grace Farms is also partnering with Fairtrade International to support climate resilience efforts to combat deforestation in developing countries.

“Designed by Pritzker Prize winning architecture firm, SANAA, Grace Farms has been serving local and global communities since its inception in 2015. Now, Grace Farms Foundation, a not-for-profit private operating foundation that owns and operates Grace Farms, is reinventing social entrepreneurship with a new Certified B Corporation subsidiary called Grace Farms Foods.”

Read the full article here.

The views and opinions expressed are those of the author’s and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of C3.

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