100% Arabica beans, fair traded, shade grown, organic and estate coffees.

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Organic Fair Trade Coffee locally roasted in Philadelphia and delivered fresh to your doorstep.

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Where Our Coffee Comes From

Meet Our Roaster

Our roastmaster, Joe Cesa, has been micro-roasting coffee in Philadelphia since 2002. The commitment to Fair Trade started then and was carried on to Philly Fair Trade Roasters in 2010, when he joined with partners to launch a Fair Trade coffee roasting company. Our roasting facility is in the Feltonville section of North Philly and from there we produce high-quality, roasted coffee.

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Our Commitment

We source our coffee from Fair Trade and Organic certified cooperatives in Central and South America and the Pacific Islands, and source our African varietals through Crop to Cup. We are also a Certified Organic facility, a rare find in this region for this product.

We have a small staff so we all wear different hats to run our business. In unison to the idea of Fair Trade coffee, we believe our employees also deserve higher than usual wages. Each of our employees, from roasting and packing, customer service and sales, to demo and farmers market staff, work hard to support our mission in delivering delicious coffee grown by real people.

From the Blog

Morning gratitude

November 26, 2019

Mindfulness is a practice that can be done in so many ways. It’s not just meditation but an awareness of all things and acceptance in which it exists. Further, a gratitude for those things, whether seemingly beneficial or not, is

Joe’s trip to DC

October 29, 2019

After a busy, challenging two weeks at the roastery, I went to DC for the weekend.  It was busy, arriving Friday Sept. 20th, I dropped my bags off and caught the end of the Global Climate Strike which ended by

The Cost of Coffee Cups

August 29, 2019

There is a buzz that’s getting louder in the eyes of environmentalists, specifically in the realm of the coffee industry and it’s effect on trash waste. Our human race consumes an insane amount of coffee but isn’t exactly thinking or