Naturaequa uses organic fair-trade coffee from Mexico.
Ssit Lequil Lum (“Fruits of Mother Earth” in the native Tzeltal language) is a small indigenous cooperative in Chiapas, a state in the south-east of Mexico that is among the poorest in the country. It comprises approximately 500 families belonging to the Zapatista movement, which, since 1994, has been fighting for the right to land, education, health, nutrition, and self-determination for the indigenous peoples. The cooperative was founded in 2003, with the aim of producing high quality coffee and selling it through alternative economic networks. Since its founding, it has been supported by the Tatawelo Association, which followed it throughout its early days, financing the construction of an office and a small shop and promoting courses in organic farming.
It is imported through Liberomondo.
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