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Annabel Kalmar, founder of Tea Rebellion, Photo by PC Foo

Sharing “Brewing Up a Revolution” by LiisBeth

When Tea Rebellion was approached by Daphne Gorden, writer for LiisBeth magazine, which focuses on activism, action and feminist practices, we were very intrigued. The article Daphne crafted from talking to several of our partner farmers, the founder and the core team focuses on trade transparency and our direct trade model.

Read on to discover how “How one socially minded Toronto startup aims to change the tea business–one women farmer at a time”.

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About the author: Annabel Kalmar founded Tea Rebellion to change the way tea is traded and to connect tea drinkers with tea farmers. She noted that consumers care deeply about the origin of their coffee, but are still in the dark when it comes to their tea. She developed a passion for improving farmers’ market access and incomes while studying agriculture and working in the fields of El Salvador and St. Lucia, harvesting coffee and interviewing farmers. She founded Tea Rebellion to change how tea is traded, marketed and consumed.

Posted in Direct Trade Tea, Media, News, Taiwan travel, Tea Transparency
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