There's nothing quite like a cup of freshly brewed coffee in your favorite mug, especially when it's Fair Trade and locally roasted! In 1997, four families came together with the idea of improving the lives of disadvantaged producers through trade. They were inspired by the work of Ten Thousand Villages and were keen to see the principles of Fair Trade applied to foods we consume every day. Level Ground’s first Fair Trade initiative was buying coffee from a cooperative in Colombia. Fair Trade premiums are directed to educational scholarships in the coffee growing region and the project has grown to support 200 scholarships a year! Today Fair Trade premiums are directed to different projects based on the needs of the farmers; healthcare benefits, school scholarships, agricultural technical training, co-op projects etc. It’s been an adventure in travel and trade, and Level Ground is honoured to have farmer friends around the world!
Choose from 9 varieties:
100% Arabica Coffee.
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wakes me up every morning I open the package to make my coffee.. your mood is instantly boosted too.. smells really good. Love the fragrant of the coffee beans...
This was lovely balanced coffee. Not to acidic, strong flavor without that kicked-in-the-teeth jolt. I shared some at work and everyone commented the coffee was better than usual that day. I tried the Bolivia Variety. It was good, I have seen it in stores since and even bought the Peru one to try next. The price isn't cheap but i genuinely feel better about buying a fair-trade brand like Level Ground.
This coffee was absolutely amazing. I enjoy my coffee without sugar so bitterness is not an option for myself when having a cup. The French roast was so smooth and dark and flavourful and everything I enjoy out of my morning cup! Bravo to the roasters and I highly recommend it if you are a coffee diva
I got this coffee for my husband and he was not too impressed with the flavour or texture of the beans. Unfortunately we will not be buying this coffee in the future.
I love this coffee, I have been buying it ever since I first tried it with my Social Nature free sample. I buy the decaf which I mix half and half with any of the other varieties. I think I have tried most of them, except for the Espresso, which I don't make. I like that it is "ethical" coffee and that it's roasted locally in British Columbia. The packaging is a great idea, it's neat to "see" the real people across the globe who are growing and harvesting these coffee beans, which I then purchase and consume as a delicious beverage!