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Explore the Fairtrade Environmental and Human Rights Risk Map
[TASTE THE ORIGIN] The global supply chain is facing many risks and negative impacts related to human rights and the environment. According to statistics from Fairtrade (Global Fair Trade Organization), most of the world's mobile people are living in poverty, suffering from severe labor exploitation. More than 112 million children have to miss school and work in dangerous jobs to earn a living. 70% of water globally has been depleted or polluted due to unsustainable farming. Recognizing that situation, Fairtrade has launched a Risk Map to help businesses and communities better understand the dangers of the environment, human rights, and the sustainability of business activities for the coffee industry. . For more information, let's explore 43 Factory Coffee Roaster!
What does wild coffee farming mean for the coffee industry?
[TASTE THE ORIGIN] Wild coffee farming is not a novel method that has been around for millennia. Although wild-grown coffees don't have the high economic value of specialty coffees grown on large plantations, they are still very popular with professionals, large producers and consumers. The researchers suggest that it could improve supply chain resilience, increasing valuable genetic diversity important to the coffee industry. Have you heard of this wild method of coffee farming? Let's find out with 43 Factory Coffee Roaster!