By Nicole La Porte, the New York Times
In 2005, Kenneth Lander, a lawyer in Monroe, Ga., moved with his family to a coffee farm in San Rafael de Abangares, Costa Rica. As he had money coming in from the United States, he grew coffee just for fun. But when the economic crises hit and this income ceased he had to support himself as a coffee farmer and realized just how difficult that was.
Even though he belonged to a “fair trade”…
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By Wolfgang Weinmann, the GuardianContinue