“The ethical trade of sustainable coffee”: An experience sharing seminar for Master’s students at the Free University of Amsterdam (VUA).
On December 2021 Professor Eric Cezne gave us the opportunity to tell the whole story of how T O N A M I L came to life and developed until nowadays on a seminar for his Environmental Governance Master’s students at the Free University of Amsterdam.
A brief history of coffee cultivation in Mexico (until nowadays).
On this blog we like to write about coffee cultivation in general, but is obvious that every country and coffee productive region has its own history and attributes. This time I am telling the (brief) story of coffee cultivation in Mexico since that’s where Tonamil kaffe comes from. The Beginnings: 1700’s This African and Middle…
How small-scale farmers are helping to save our planet.
Small scale farmers produce food and other raw materials for self-consumption, and/or for its consumption from the local to the international markets. They usually own small areas of land that go from one to five hectares. They live in rural areas, and unfortunately, they are very often marginalized by the rest of the society. But…