The Equal Exchange is a new coffee exchange located in downtown Denver, Colorado.
It has been established to connect local growers with local coffee shops and retailers.
They’re offering the ability to buy or sell coffee and other products.
They offer discounts and gift certificates, and offer discounts for customers with disabilities.
The Exchange will be open on Saturday, October 5th, at 10am and 11am.
There will be a pre-opening reception, which includes local farmers, coffee vendors, and local and international food vendors.
They will also have a live music and art exhibit.
The Fair Trade Fair Trade Alliance (FTAFA), the international trade organization for fair trade coffee, is hosting a Fair Trade Expo in Denver on October 6th.
There, they’ll also have an exhibit with more than 500 fair trade fair trade certified brands, and they’ll be showing their newest products.
The FTAFA will also be hosting an event called Fair Trade Revolution, where people will learn about the current Fair Trade movement, as well as how to be a part of it.
The Expo will also feature a farmers market, coffee tours, and more.
The Denver Coffee Exchange will hold a Fair trade Fair Trade Summit, where they’ll share their experiences and discuss what Fair Trade means for them.
They’ve partnered with the Fair Trade Foundation to help them organize and conduct this event.
Denver has been the epicenter of the Fair Trading movement for decades, with coffee being a key part of the culture and economy.
This is the first of many events to come.
Check out the Denver Coffee exchange website for more information.
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