Fair Trade Keswick | Matthew Algie
Keswick and District Fair Trade Campaign promote Fairtrade both locally and internationally. Keswick is now recognised as one of the country's leading centres of Fairtrade.
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Matthew Algie

25 May Matthew Algie

160525_Matthew_Algie_4_imagesIndependent Glasgow-based coffee roasters with a long involvement with Fairtrade. Matthew Algie introduced the first Fairtrade espresso beans to the UK in 1997 and in 2004 they launched the world’s first triple certified espresso, and now have six in their range. Currently over 90% of their coffees by volume are sourced from Fairtrade certified cooperatives, with the remainder coming from private farms.  All their coffees are traceable, and all ethically sourced.  They also supply Fairtrade teas in their own Pavilion range and from Belfast-based Suki tea company.  For more on Matthew Algie’s Fairtrade coffees click here.

Glasgow

Tel: 0800 263333
Website: http://www.matthewalgie.com/
Email: via website



Fair Trade Locally. Fairer Trade Worldwide.