Coffee is one of the world’s most popular beverages, with over 12 billion pounds produced annually worldwide. Because of coffee’s soaring demand, the farming methods developed over time to maximize efficiency have sometimes been at the expense of human and environmental health. Certified organic coffee means that the grower takes care to ensure that the…
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