Print advertisment created by The Red Brick Road, United Kingdom for ecoffee, within the category: Non-Alcoholic Drinks.
do we keep
in the dark
and let them
in their own
cut in half we
still got a full
out of him.
We're talking about the 400 million California Red Worms we employ at one of our farms in Panama to create the fertiliser we use across all of our farms in the region. Our commitment to the environment means we never use chemical fertiliser, pesticides or herbicides to grow our coffee. This led us to devise a method whereby we mix coffee cherry skins, a by-product from a local fish farm and some secret microbes, and turn the mulch over to our dedicated wormforce to produce the rich, black soil that nourishes our coffee plants. This year our worms will produce about two million pounds of this amazingly nutritious soil enhancer, working tirelessly around the clock to help us produce coffee beans with the most deliciously rounded and complex flavour. And despite their gruelling schedule, credit where credits due, not one single worm has ever complained. So if you'd like to unearth more about ecoffee, or indeed buy some, visit www.ecoffee.co.uk
Fairly traded, environmentally helpful ecoffee
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