In this corner, l want to explain "certified coffee".
What is "certified coffee"? I don't know it!
Is it the "fairtrade"?
I don't know it too.
I had never heared these!
These are not known by the world.
LET'S SEE THE DEFINITION OF "CERTIFIRFCOFFEE".
"Sustainable coffee" which conformed to fixed assessment method by NPO and the third party by a destination of cultivation method and producer support, and estimated and certified a pass. "Organic grown coffee" "rain forest alliance" "Good inside" "I trade fairly." "Bird friendly" etc
There is certified coffee as a sustainable coffee. Even if seller set higher the price of coffee by getting certified, consumers will buy it, so big coffee company can pay appropriate wages to workers as well.