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Taylors of Harrogate's Faitrade Story
At Taylors, we rely on our suppliers to grow consistently great quality coffee – so we work extremely hard to build long-lasting relationships with them, investing in their communities and their environment to help ensure both are thriving and resilient.
We pay fair, sustainable prices and a premium for quality – and our buyers regularly visit the farms and co-operatives we buy from.
Certifications have a huge impact on improving social and environmental standards – and all of the coffee we buy comes from independently certified farms and co-operatives.
We’ve helped existing suppliers who weren’t certified to work towards the scheme that suits them best, helping to reduce the environmental impact of each farm – from introducing natural water filtration schemes, to preventing soil erosion through better farming techniques. It hasn’t always been easy, but it’s something we’re incredibly proud of.
Frank Tanner, who works in Taylors' coffee buying team, said: “Taylors have bought Fairtrade coffee for almost a decade.
“Good Morning, the refreshing Latin American blend coffee from our core range came into existence in 2004, then called Fairtrade Organic.
“Since then, Fairtrade certification has helped us to nurture long-standing relationships with farmers in Nicaragua and Peru. There has been a great amount of development and change since then and Fairtrade continues to be a great platform to support farmers in rural coffee farming communities.
“We are pleased to have recently added a Fairtrade Guatemala coffee to our Pure Origin range and can’t wait to see some of the benefits it brings!”
See how Taylors of Harrogate supports Fairtrade
Our Good Morning and Pure Origin Guatemala are both 100% Fairtrade, so whether you want a delicious, feelgood morning roast, or a coffee perfectly balancing sweetness and acidity, like our Guatemala blend, there’s a Taylors of Harrogate coffee for you.
For the full Taylors coffee range, see here