Talking to CBC about reducing our carbon footprint
posted February 01 2012
Yukon coffee roaster reduces carbon footprint
Bean North Coffee Roasting Co. Ltd. knew reducing their environmental stamp wouldn't be easy. The company imports its beans from Central America and roasts them in the Yukon before shipping the finished product to customers around North America.
But Michael King did a lot of work, made a few changes and managed to dramatically reduce the company's carbon footprint, and earn national recognition in the process.
Click here to hear Michael speak with Dave.
Bean North celebrates spring! Enjoy a cup of Spring Ahead to start the season's sunny, longer days. A blend of organic Fair Trade coffees from Uganda, Peru, Ethiopia and Honduras, this rich and full coffee has hints of spice, nuts and cocoa. It'll put a smile on your face!
Visit our cafe on Friday May 13, Saturday May 14 or Sunday May 15 to take part in the Whitehorse World Fair Trade Challenge! How? It's very simple: all you need to do is enjoy a great cup of organic fair trade Bean North coffee. We tally all the fair trade drinks we sell during the weekend, and together we support the farmers in their fight against climate change!
This challenge is one way to raise awareness that climate change is already affecting the earth we all share - particularly the farmers behind the beans we love
We know you love our coffee, and we decided that we want to make it easier for you to always have delicious fair trade coffee in your home. You can now sign up for a coffee subscription - sign up once, and receive four bags of fresh roasted beans each month!
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