You can make a difference in the world!

Chantel Daniel

Hey #GoodCoffeelovers! ☕️🌱👋🏽 Today’s blog is all about inviting in the freshness of the new month of September after the summer holidays and getting back to work… Since incorporating this company in July 2020 and launching the e-commerce site in October, The Good Coffee Project ™️ has seen tremendous organic growth! You may have noted, even more since our blog post in June that the world has gone crazy for cryptocurrency. El Salvador 🇸🇻 a nation well known for coffee has just one more week to go until they acknowledge Bitcoin as a legal tender that can be used everywhere!...

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July 4th Independence 🎈

Chantel Daniel

Upon reading, you will learn that the 4th July has been celebrated since 1776, marking American independence from the British empire. Although July 4th is not celebrated in the UK, our USA audience means a lot to us, which has encouraged me to look into this monumental date further and what it means to our brothers and sisters in the US. It boggles me to think that Britain, an area of land that small could dominate such an expanse of land that is America; but then I’m reminded of the notion that in small, you often find mighty, which we...

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Our First Virtual Fundraiser! 🥳✊🏽🎉

Chantel Daniel

Image: ‘Zuri, the Coffee Farmer’ created by Jessica James ™️  It is now coming up to our first year and there is much reflection to be made. Since incorporating in July 2020, we have encountered many obstacles. These obstacles have included purposeful sabotage of our brand and packaging, lies against me and our company, financial scamming and shaming, blaming and attacking of my character and our small and newly established business. I have chosen not to address such things publicly in order to remain focused on my growth. It’s all been a huge distraction and possibly a silent consensus to put...

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What would an Equitable Coffee Industry look like? 👀

Chantel Daniel

A fair and equitable world would be considered a utopia for the poorest people in the world, many of them who farm coffee. Those who benefit directly from the inequality frame the belief that such an ideal is impossible or not worth the effort to obtain. Let’s think of a utopian society where everyone in the market is treated with equal respect as equitable partners, determining value and benefit in accordance with their level of input. An equitable coffee industry where importance is placed on reinvesting value back into each component of the supply chain and the communities where coffee is grown, enabling the farmer to...

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