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  • Here's Starbucks' section [starbucks.com] on Fair Trade.

    Thanks for creating awareness, TeeJay - now I gotta see if it tastes good. ;)

    Jason
    • now I gotta see if it tastes good. ;)

      How can there be any doubt? It's Starbucks. It'll have that trademark overroasted taste. :-)

      I don't know your palate, so you might prefer Starbucks to other coffee roasters. I tolerate Starbucks because they are a known quantity, and their coffee doesn't suck (although I'd prefer a twinge less roasting).

      If you really want to make your dollars work for you with fair trade coffee, go elsewhere. Kudos to Starbucks for creating awareness, but their still a large