The Global Market for Bird Friendly® Coffee: 2010 Executive Summary

Bird Friendly® Coffee (BFC) is the world's most stringent shade-grown standard for coffee production, requiring that coffee is both organically grown and meets specific shade-grown criteria developed by the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center (SMBC) in 1997 to protect migratory songbirds. These birds are not only beautiful and sonorous, but are essential to the global ecosystem, providing flower pollination and seed dispersal, among other roles.

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In 2010, approximately 1,400 producers managed more than 18,000 acres (7600 hectares) of BFC area/coffee farms and produced more than 9.7 million pounds of BFC, a 39% increase from 2009. Guatemala ranked first in terms of production (with 28% of all BFC), and, with Peru (25%), Mexico (20%), Nicaragua (15%), and Columbia (8%), the five countries account for 96% of all the BFC certified globally. The remaining 4 percent came from Ecuador, El Salvador, Ethiopia, and Venezuela. Farms in Nicaragua brought that country into the BFC program in 2010 with a large cooperative and two estate farms getting certified. (See chart 1.)

Sales of BFC rose 166% from about $1.5 million in 2005 when Japan entered the program to more than $4 million in 2010. (See graph 1.) This same period saw the US and Japanese markets neck and neck with respect to global market shares, accounting for 50% and 49% of all BFC roasted, respectively. Canada increased its volume of BFC sold, but, due to the overall growth globally in BFC sold, its percentage of the total market actually decreased from 3% to 1%. Globally, sales slowed somewhat most recently. Volume sold in 2010 was 466,000 pounds, up 3% from the 452,000 pounds moved in 2009, a reflection of the general economic times. Projections for 2011 are on track to equal or slightly exceed the sales of 2010.

Roasters globally are finding ready markets for Bird Friendly® coffee among consumers with interests in organic products in general and coffee that serves as viable habitat for birds and other organisms in particular. The volume of BFC roasted and sold in the US between 2000 and 2010 increased more than 115-fold from fewer than 2,000 pounds to 225,000 pounds. The three years from 2007 to 2010 saw an average of 25% annual increase in volume roasted and sold in the North American market, a growth mirrored globally as well.

Today, there are 46 roasters in the U.S., Canada, The Netherlands and Japan that carry Bird Friendly® coffee imported by 16 companies. Certifications are conducted by 13 U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)-accredited organic certification agencies. (For lists, see the end of the report.)

Given the increased awareness of the importance of protecting migratory songbirds in addition to farmers and the environment in general, as well as the interest of many roasters in getting double or triple certified to different standards that attract different consumers, SMBC estimates that sales of Bird Friendly® coffee will continue to grow into the future.

The Global Market for Bird Friendly® Coffee: 2010

Over the years, consumers have paid increased attention to the methods under which their coffees are grown, frequently searching out coffees certified to organic, Fair Trade, or other standards to try to do the right thing for the environment via the simple act of drinking a cup of coffee. Tangled up in this heightened awareness of coffee?s origins and production methods are often unsubstantiated claims of coffees being ?shade-grown,? with some companies developing their own standards, while others use standards that do not require organic certification.

Fearing ?greenwashing,? and recognizing the importance of rigorous standards that ensure consumers get what they think they are paying for, the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center of the Smithsonian National Zoological Park developed strict criteria that specify what truly constitutes a ?shade grown? coffee that provides quality habitat for birds and offers a refuge for biodiversity in general. Below is an overview of the program since its inception in the year 2000.

What is "Bird Friendly®" Coffee?

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Bird Friendly® Coffee (BFC) carries a seal of approval (see logo) that assures consumers the coffee has met specific criteria developed by the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center (SMBC). ?Bird Friendly® means the coffee is:

  • Certified organic
  • Certified shade-grown (according to SMBC criteria developed in 1997 and based on scientific fieldwork)

Criteria include: a minimum canopy height of 12 meters; a species list of at least 10 trees in addition to the major or "backbone" species; at least 40% foliage density; and three strata or layers of vegetation that provide structural diversity. Criteria apply to the coffee production area itself, and industry and certification specialists consider them to be the strictest shade standards in the world.

In many tropical regions where migratory birds have overwintered for millions of years, BFC provides viable, quality habitat in areas often devastated by deforestation.

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Of the more than 150 species of songbirds that migrate to the Neo-tropics (American tropics) each year, including orioles, tanagers, warblers, and thrushes, many use these certified forest-like farms as their habitat during their months spent there. These farms also support important resident birds like toucans, becards, wood creepers and parrots.

Aside from the obvious aesthetics of their singing and striking plumage, migratory birds provide a number of ?ecological services.? They pollinate flowers, disperse seeds, and feast on insects. In both SMBC and other studies of birds in coffee, research has shown that they consume a wide variety of insects, some of them coffee pests. In Jamaica, in fact, three migratory birds (the Black-throated Blue Warbler, American Redstart and Prairie Warbler) were identified as major predators of the dreaded beetle pest of coffee known as the Coffee Berry Borer.

Under the Bird Friendly® program, shade inspections and certifications are conducted by 13 U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)-accredited organic certification agencies. Coffees displaying the logo come from farms that provide a habitat for migratory and resident birds, as well as a refuge for biodiversity in general.

Growers certified to the BF standards normally see price premiums of 5 to 10 cents per pound in addition to the premium they already receive for being certified organic. The SMBC receives royalty payments from roasters (more than $450,000 since the year 2000) that go to an SMBC fund used for research and education related to migratory birds in general and the coffee connection specifically. To date, these royalties have supported research projects in Alaska, California, Jamaica, Mexico and Panama. (See ?Bird Friendly Coffee Funds? at the ?Coffee? page of www.si.edu/smbc.)

The Bird Friendly® seal assures consumers that 100% of the coffee inside the bag or bin is not only certified organic, but certified shade-grown according to SMBC?s stringent criteria. The organic pre-requisite also means that the coffee meets the high standards for organic coffee production, thus protecting both workers and the environment, and providing consumers with a chemical-free beverage. And a number of roasters report that a shade-grown coffee ranks as a superior tasting product.

Where is Bird Friendly® coffee grown?

More than 96% of BFC comes from small and large coffee farms in Central and South America. Producing countries include (in alphabetical order) Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru, and Venezuela. Since 2007, BFC has also come from Ethiopia, the birthplace of coffee. (See chart 1).

Some 1,400 producers currently manage more than 18,000 acres (7,600 hectares) of BFC area/coffee farms and produced more than 9 million pounds of BFC in the 2010/2011 harvest year. Guatemala ranked first in terms of production (with 28% of all BFC), and, with Peru (25%), Mexico (20%), Nicaragua (15%), and Columbia (8%), the five countries account for 96% of all the BFC certified globally. The remaining 4 percent came from Ecuador, El Salvador, Ethiopia, and Venezuela. Farms in Nicaragua brought that country into the BFC program with a large cooperative and two estate farms getting certified.

Chart 1: Producing Countries (% of total production) 2010

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The Latin American focus of the Bird Friendly program flows out of the SMBC?s mission to focus on migratory birds of the Western Hemisphere. The criteria, however, being bio-physical in nature, can be applied to other regions. Efforts to explore and expand BFC?s reach into Indonesia, India and The Philippines, as well as other African countries, are part of the long-range goals of the program. Initial forays into Sumatra?s Aceh region are awaiting results for a BFC there, and plans for workshops and presentations from SMBC staff in India may result in farms in the Western Ghats region soon coming into the BFC program.

Who Drinks Bird Friendly® Coffee?

There are currently 46 roasters in the US, Canada, the Netherlands and Japan that carry Bird Friendly® coffees. (See attached list and the ?Coffee? link at www.si.edu/smbc.) They are providing coffee-loving birdwatchers, environmentalists, and others concerned about good land stewardship with a direct connection to conservation.

Estimated sales of BFC rose from about $1.5 million in 2005 (when Japan entered the program) to more than $4 million in 2010 (assuming $9 per pound). This same period ended with North America sharing the stage with Japan, placing these markets in a dead heat in accounting for 50% and 49%, respectively, of the global BFC sales. Both the Netherlands and Canada bring in the remaining 1%, but also show growth in the absolute volume being moved. (See graph 1.)

The volume of BFC roasted and sold in the US between 2000 and 2010 increased more than 115-fold, from fewer than 2,000 pounds to 227,000 pounds. Roasters from Haarlem to Toronto to Tokyo and all across the US are finding ready markets for Bird Friendly® coffees, particularly among consumers with interests in organic products and coffee that serves as viable habitat for birds and other organisms.

Some of the strongest retail market is in the Pacific Northwest, where Fred Meyer, a super-market chain of some 130 stores based in Portland, OR, offers BFC prominently in its organic food section. Since 2008 alone, the volume of BF coffee sold at their stores has increased 23%, with more than 138,000 pounds being sold in 2010. Other sales outlets include Whole Foods and numerous independent caf?s, college campuses, and independent retailers.

Bird Friendly® coffee (from Golden Valley Farms in West Chester, PA) is the coffee currently served at the Smithsonian National Zoological Park restaurants, and S&D Roasters of Concord, NC provides BF coffee in the Smithsonian museums on the National Mall in Washington, DC. S+D Coffee has recently acquired an account with High?s of Baltimore to have BFC served in its 48 convenience stores (High?s Dairy) across Maryland. As a roaster with national accounts, S+D and the SMBC will be working together at various events to increase the profile of BFC across the country.

In addition, Golden Valley Farms is providing Howdy?s convenience stores in Texas, The Golden Pantry in Georgia, and the rest stops along Florida?s Turnpike with BFC, supplying a growing base of environmentally concerned consumers with a taste for good coffee. Universities and office coffee service in the Philadelphia area have also opted to serve BFC roasted by Golden Valley Farms. As word spreads about the importance of certified shade and organic coffee?s role in biodiversity protection, and the high standards of the Bird Friendly® coffee program, consumers should expect to see more of this market-place link to conservation on their store shelves, in their institutions and offered in restaurants.

Other roasters and efforts like the stalwart Caffe Ibis in Utah (one of the first BFC roasters) and the relatively new Birds & Beans (a joint effort in both the US and Canada) are key players in the SMBC?s quest to showcase the environmental dimensions of coffee to the world?s consumers. Reuter?s recently ranked Caffe Ibis?s ?triple certified? coffee line (organic, fair trade and BF) as ?The World?s Most Sustainable Coffee?, a quality recognized along with its overall quality by clients ranging from the family-owned Harmon?s Market in Utah to the posh luxury resort/spa known as the Waldorf Astoria of Park City, UT. And one of these ?triple cert? coffees has now been used by Grand Teton Brewing of Idaho in the creation of a porter called ?Wake Up Call.?

Birds & Beans in Massachusetts has targeted the bird-watching community and obtained a list of conservation partners that includes Massachusetts Audubon, New Hampshire Audubon, Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory, The Cornell Lab of Ornithology, and the Vermont Center for Ecostudies, among others. Of great note is the recommendation by the oldest and largest organization in the New World devoted to the scientific study of birds - The American Ornithological Union - to its membership and others of Bird Friendly certified coffees. The AOU appreciates the independent, science-based inspection and certification process developed by the SMBC. Most recently, Jim?s Organic Coffees of Massachusetts has joined the BFC program, an addition that promises to expand the US market for BFC across the lower forty-eight states.

A growing market in Canada, led by the Toronto-based Birds and Beans, is exemplified by consumers there attracted to the linkage between birds and coffee beginning in 2003. A number of Whole Foods supermarkets, Wild Bird Unlimited stores, and an array of other establishments that includes cafes, bed and breakfasts, and restaurants in the Toronto area and beyond make up the customer list for their BF coffees. Over the past two years for which there are data (2008-2010), Birds & Beans has targeted coffee (and bird) lovers with BFC, increasing its sales more than 145% during that period.

In Japan, where BFC entered the market in 2005, volume increased more than 8,000% between 2005 and 2010, from 2,700 pounds to more than 221,000 pounds. Sumitomo Corporation imports the coffee, supplying three major roasters: Ogawa Coffee, Camel Coffee, and Ueshima Coffee (UCC).

In the Netherlands, that country?s largest roaster (Simon-Levelt) began marketing BFC in the spring of 2009. Its 33 coffee shops around the country, as well as one in Belgium, now offer Bird Friendly® coffee to consumers there.

With much of BF coffee being grown by small producers organized into cooperatives, these coffees are often certified as Fair Trade as well. Companies such as Utah-based Caffe Ibis has long been a Bird Friendly® provider and finds that ?triple-certified? coffees (organic, Fair Trade, Bird Friendly®) appeal to a growing segment of the coffee consuming world.

BF coffee is available across the nation and around the world. The ?Coffee? link at www.si.edu/smbc provides a list of roasters and outlets, many of which offer BFC for sale online.

Graph 1: Volume of Bird Friendly® Coffee in the North American and Japanese Markets, 2000-2011

Vertical bar chart with two data sets: one data set is colored in dark blue the second is stacked in pale blue
  • 2011 data not included due to partial data at present.
  • Note: since 2003, Canadian roasters account for 1-3% of the ?US? volume. Sales in the Netherlands are not included.

Background of the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center

The SMBC, now 20 years old, is a research unit within the Smithsonian Institution?s National Zoological Park?and an integral unit within the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute—charged with conducting research and educational outreach related to neo-tropical migratory bird conservation. Senior scientists, along with support staff, work towards (as their mission statement reads) ?fostering greater understanding, appreciation, and protection of the grand phenomenon of bird migration.?

BIRD FRIENDLY® COFFEE ROASTERS

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United States and Canada

  • Andronicas Coffee Co Ltd
    London, , EC2A 3HZ
  • Balzac's Coffee
    Stoney Creek, ON, L8E 2X9
  • Beanetics Coffee Roasters
    Annandale, VA, 22003
  • BeanFruit Coffee Company
    Flowood, MS, 39232
  • Birds & Beans LLC
    Boston, MA, 02108
  • Birds and Beans Inc.
    Toronto, ON, M8V 1C5
  • BirdSong Coffee
    Prague 5, , 155 31
  • Bohemia Coffee Roasters
    Philomont, VA, 20131
  • Caffee Ibis Coffee Roasting Company
    Logan, UT, 84321
  • Camel Coffee Co., Ltd.
    Setagaya-ku, Tokyo,
  • Coffee & Tea Ltd
    Minneapolis, MN, 55410
  • Coffee Labs Roasters, Inc.
    Tarrytown, NY, 10591
  • Coffeecology Inc.
    Dundas, ON, L9H 5E3
  • Fresh Beanz Coffee
    Fort Smith, AR, 72903
  • Full City Rooster Coffee Roasting Studio
    Dallas, TX,
  • Gillies Coffee Co.
    Brooklyn, NY, 11232
  • Gold Country Roasters
    Murphys, CA, 95247
  • Golden Valley Farms
    West Chester, PA, 19382
  • Gourmet Coffee Warehouse
    Venice, CA, 90291
  • Great Northern Coffee Co., Inc.
    Jackson, WY, 83001
  • Green Star Coffee
    Goleta, CA, 93117
  • Green Star Coffee
    Santa Barbara, CA, 93117
  • Grounds For Change, Inc.
    Poulsbo, WA, 98370
  • Java Trading Co. (Distant Lands)
    Renton, WA, 98057
  • Jim's Organic Coffee
    W. Wareham, MA, 02576
  • K & F Select Fine Coffees
    Portland, OR, 97202
  • Kaladi Bros. Coffee Company
    Anchorage, AK, 99507
  • Lola Savannah, Ltd.
    Houston, TX, 77002
  • Magnum Coffee
    Nunica, MI, 49448
  • Masteroast
    Peterborough, ,
  • Multatuli Coffee Merchants
    Kingston, ON, K7P 2E4
  • Nantucket Coffee Roasters
    Nantucket, MA, 02554
  • New Frontier Coffee
    Los Angeles, CA, 90025
  • Ogawa Coffee Co., Ltd.
    Nishikyogoku, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto, 6150802
  • Porto Rico Importing Co.
    Brooklyn, NY, 11211
  • S & D Coffee
    Concord, NC, 28027
  • Sparrow Cafe
    Minneapolis, MN, 55419
  • Sun Coffee Roasters
    Plainville, CT, 06062
  • The Baltimore Coffee & Tea Co. , Inc.
    Lutherville, MD, 21093
  • The Beanery Coffee Roasters
    Valdosta, GA, 31601
  • The Creemore Coffee Company
    Creemore, ON, L0M 1G0
  • Toucanet Coffee
    Flagstaff, AZ, 86001
  • Wicked Joe
    Brunswick, ME, 04011

Japan

  • Camel Coffee Co. (Kaldi Farms)
    Tokyo, Japan
  • Ogawa Coffee
    Kyoto, Japan
  • Ueshima Coffee Co.
    Tokyo, Japan

Europe

  • Simon-Levelt BV
    Haarlem, the Netherlands

BIRD FRIENDLY® COFFEE IMPORTERS

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United States and Canada

  • Allpeco Ltd
    Saint-Thuriau, , 56300
  • Anbassa Sarl
    Melun, , 77000
  • Atlantic Specialty Coffee
    Hayward, CA, 94545
  • Atlas Coffee Importers, LLC
    Seattle, WA, 98102
  • BD Imports
    Rockford, IL, 61114
  • Beanpress Coffee
    Poole, Dorset, BH14 8UB
  • Coffee Holding Co., Inc.
    Brooklyn, NY, 11232
  • CTCS Ltd
    Sevenoaks, Kent, TN13 1AR
  • D R Wakefield Ltd
    London, , SE1 0UQ
  • Excelco Trading, LP
    New York, NY, 10004
  • Freeman Trading Ltd.
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  • InterAmerican Coffee
    Houston, TX, 77070
  • Kencaf Importing & Distributing, Inc.
    Markham, ON, l3R 5H5
  • OPTCO
    Vancouver, WA, 98685
  • Paragon Coffee Trading Co.
    White Plains, NY, 10601
  • Royal Coffee
    Emeryville, CA, 94608
  • Royal Coffee NY
    South Plainfield, NJ, 07080
  • Sumitomo Corporation
    1-8-11, Harumi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 104-8610
  • Twin Trading
    London, , EC2A 3LT
  • VOLCAFE USA
    Somerset, NJ, 08873
  • Zephyr Green Coffee LLC
    New Orleans, LA, 70130

Japan

  • Sumitomo Corporation
    Tokyo, Japan

Europe

  • Simon-Levelt BV
    Haarlem, the Netherlands

BIRD FRIENDLY® COFFEE CERTIFYING AGENCIES

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  • 141 Bradford Natural Market
    USA
  • A Matter of Health
    USA
  • Adams Fairacre Farms
    USA
  • Adelaide Club
    CAN
  • Akron Nutrition
    USA
  • Allpeco Ltd
    France
  • Alternative Food Co-op
    USA
  • Anbassa Sarl
    France
  • Andronicas Coffee Co Ltd
    UK
  • Asobagri
    Guatemala
  • Asociación Civil Guayab
    Guatemala
  • Asociación Civil Guayab
    Guatemala
  • Asociacion de Productores de Cafe Ecologico Regional Larecaja-APCERL
    Bolivia
  • Atlantic Specialty Coffee
    USA
  • Atlas Coffee Importers, LLC
    USA
  • Audubon Greenwich Nature Store
    USA
  • Back to Earth
    USA
  • Back to the Land
    USA
  • Baldwin Naturals
    CAN
  • Balzac's Coffee
    CAN
  • Bay Head Cheese Shop
    USA
  • BCS OKO-GARANTIE
    Germany
  • BD Imports
    USA
  • Beanetics Coffee Roasters
    USA
  • BeanFruit Coffee Company
    USA
  • Beanpress Coffee
    UK
  • Beneficio Tepeyac
    El Salvador
  • Bethesda Co-Op
    USA
  • BIO LATINA S.A.C.
    Peru
  • Bird Watchers General Store
    USA
  • Birds & Beans LLC
    USA
  • Birds and Beans Inc.
    CAN
  • Birds and Beans Inc.
    CAN
  • BirdSong Coffee
    Czech Republic
  • Black Dirt Gourmet
    USA
  • Blue Hill Co-op Market
    USA
  • Bohemia Coffee Roasters
    USA
  • Boise Consumer Coop
    USA
  • BOLICERT
    Bolivia
  • Brukner Nature Center
    USA
  • Buffalo Mountain Food Coop
    USA
  • Café Cumbre
    Mexico
  • Café R. Opoch
    Mexico
  • Cafeology
    UK
  • Cafetal San Pablo
    Mexico
  • CAFETAL SINAI
    Mexico
  • Caffe Ibis
    USA
  • Caffe Ibis
    USA
  • Caffee Ibis Coffee Roasting Company
    USA
  • Cambridge Naturals
    USA
  • Camel Coffee Co., Ltd.
    Japan
  • Cape May Bird Observatory, NJ Audubon
    USA
  • Carlucci Bakery
    USA
  • CASFA, A.C.--EOCSA
    Mexico
  • CECANOR
    Peru
  • Central de Cooperativas Agrarias Cafetaleras de los Valles Sandia LTDA - CECOVASA
    Peru
  • CERES
    Germany
  • CERTIMEX
    Mexico
  • CGG PERHUSA
    Peru
  • City Market Co-op
    USA
  • Claremont Cycle Depot
    USA
  • Clover Farm Market
    USA
  • COCAFCAL--CAPUCAS
    Honduras
  • COCLA
    Peru
  • Cody Coffee Company
    USA
  • Coffee & Tea Ltd
    USA
  • Coffee Holding Co., Inc.
    USA
  • Coffee Labs Roasters, Inc.
    USA
  • Coffeecology Inc.
    CAN
  • Columbia Land Conservancy
    USA
  • Connecticut Audubon Society Center
    USA
  • Control Union Indonesia
    The Netherlands
  • Control Union Peru
    Peru
  • COOPCHEBI
    Peru
  • Cooperativa Agraria Cafetalera Jose Olaya
    Peru
  • Cooperativa Integral de Comercializacion Maya Ixil
    Guatemala
  • Cooperativa Nuevo Milenio S.S.S.
    Mexico
  • Cooperative San Juan del Oro
    Peru
  • Cornucopia Natural Foods
    USA
  • CTCS Ltd
    UK
  • D R Wakefield Ltd
    UK
  • Daisy Hill Farm
    USA
  • Davis Food Coop
    USA
  • Debras Natural Gourmet
    USA
  • DeGraaf Nature Center
    USA
  • Diversificados Argovia S.A.
    Mexico
  • Earth Goods Market
    USA
  • Eco-LOGICA
    Costa Rica
  • ECOCERT COLOMBIA
    Colombia
  • Eden Coffee Company
    USA
  • Eklectica Cafe
    USA
  • El Pedregazo
    Colombia
  • Espresso Yourself Café
    USA
  • Everything Natural
    USA
  • Excelco Trading, LP
    USA
  • Fair Trade Winds
    USA
  • FIECH
    Mexico
  • Finca Agroberlin
    Colombia
  • Finca Argovia y Anexos
    Mexico
  • Finca Bosques de Gaia / Gaia Estate
    Nicaragua
  • Finca Bourbon
    Guatemala
  • Finca Ceylan y Anexos
    Guatemala
  • Finca Dolores
    Mexico
  • Finca El Chorro
    Mexico
  • Finca El Chorro
    Mexico
  • Finca El Imposible
    El Salvador
  • Finca Irlanda
    Mexico
  • Finca La Cabaña
    Colombia
  • Finca Pancum
    Guatemala
  • Finca Providencia
    Mexico
  • Finca San José La Laguna
    Guatemala
  • Finca Santa Barbara
    El Salvador
  • Finca Santa Cruz y Las Nubes
    Mexico
  • Finca Santa Isabel
    El Salvador
  • Finca Santa Rita
    Guatemala
  • Finca Spirit Mountain
    Dominican Republic
  • Finca-Irlanda
    El Salvador
  • Fincas Arabia y Piedras Negras
    Mexico
  • Fincas San Carlos
    Mexico
  • Firebird Cafe
    USA
  • Fitzgeralds Foods
    USA
  • Food For Health
    USA
  • Foods For the Family
    USA
  • Foodworks
    USA
  • For the Birds
    USA
  • Fort Collins Coop
    USA
  • Four Seasons Natural Foods
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Albany
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Anchorage
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Anchorage East
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Auburn
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Aurora
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Ballard
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Battle Ground
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Beaverton
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Bellevue
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Bellingham
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Bend
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Benson Plaza
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Bethel Station
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Boise
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Boise-Franklin
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Bonney Lake
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Bothell
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Brookings
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Burien
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Burlingame
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Burlington
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Canby
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Clackamas
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Coeur d'Alene
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Coos Bay
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Cornelius
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Corvallis
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Covington
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Dimond
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Division
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Eagle River
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - East Bench
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - East Fairbanks
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - East Salem
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - East Wenatchee
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Ellensburg
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Everett
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Fairbanks
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Federal Way
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Fisher"s Landing
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Florence
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Fourth Plain
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Gateway
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Gig Harbor
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Glisan
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Grants Pass
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Gresham
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Hawthorne
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Hazel Dell
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Hillsboro
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Hollywood
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Idaho Falls
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Interstate
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Issaquah
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - James Center
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Johnson Creek
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Juneau
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Kennewick
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Kent
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Kitsap
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Klamath Falls
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Lacey
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Lake City
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Longview
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Lynnwood
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Marysville
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Medford
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Medford South
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Meridian
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Midway
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Mill Creek
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Mill Plain
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Monroe
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Nampa
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Newberg
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Newport
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - North Coast
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - North Salem
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Oak Grove
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Orchards
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Oregon City
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Palmer
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Peninsula
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Pocatello
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Port Orchard
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Puyallup
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Raleigh Hills
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Redmond
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Redmond
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Renton
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Richland
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Roseburg
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Salmon Creek
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Sandy
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Santa Clara
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Scappoose
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - SE Anchorage
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Shelton
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Soldotna
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - South Hill
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - South Salem
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Southeast
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Spokane Francis
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Spokane Sullivan
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Spokane Thor
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Springfield
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Stadium
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Sumner
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Sunset
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Tacoma Pacific
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Tacoma Stevens
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - The Dalles
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Tigard
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Tillamook
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Totem Lake
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Tualatin
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Tumwater
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Twin Falls
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - University Place
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Walker Road
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Wandermere
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Wasilla
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - West Eugene
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - West Fairbanks
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Wood Village
    USA
  • Fred Meyer - Yakima
    USA
  • Freeman Trading Ltd.
    UK
  • Freeport Wild Bird Supply
    USA
  • Fresh Beanz Coffee
    USA
  • Front Door Organics
    CAN
  • Full City Rooster Coffee Roasting Studio
    USA
  • Garden of Light
    USA
  • Gillies Coffee Co.
    USA
  • Global Village Market
    CAN
  • Gold Country Roasters
    USA
  • Golden Valley Farms
    USA
  • Good Earth Market
    USA
  • Gourmet Coffee Warehouse
    USA
  • Granby Village Health Inc
    USA
  • Grange Co-op Store
    USA
  • Grange Co-op Store
    USA
  • Grange Co-op Store
    USA
  • Grange Co-op Store
    USA
  • Grange Co-op Store
    USA
  • Grange Co-op Store
    USA
  • Grange Co-op Store
    USA
  • Great Northern Coffee Co., Inc.
    USA
  • Green Crop-Finca Brack
    Peru
  • Green Grocer
    USA
  • Green Star Coffee
    USA
  • Green Star Coffee
    USA
  • Grounds For Change, Inc.
    USA
  • Grupo de Asesores de Produccion Organica y Sustenable S.C.
    Mexico
  • Hacienda Carabobo of the Cisneros-Phelps Family
    Venezuela
  • Hacienda El Cafetal
    Ecuador
  • Hacienda El Cafetal de AGRICABV S.A.
    Bolivia
  • Hacienda la Hammonia Cia y Ltda
    Nicaragua
  • Hacienda Santa Rita
    Colombia
  • Hamilton Whole Foods
    USA
  • Hanover Coop Store
    USA
  • Hawk Mountain Sanctuary
    USA
  • Health Nuts
    USA
  • Healthy Alternatives
    USA
  • Home Grounds
    USA
  • IMO-LA
    Bolivia
  • InterAmerican Coffee
    USA
  • Ismam
    Mexico
  • Its Only Natural
    USA
  • Java Trading Co. (Distant Lands)
    USA
  • Jedd's Frozen Custard
    CAN
  • Jim's Organic Coffee
    USA
  • Joe Coffee & Espresso
    USA
  • Johnsons Milling and Feed, Inc.
    USA
  • Juice and Java
    USA
  • Juice and Java
    USA
  • K & F Select Fine Coffees
    USA
  • Kaladi Bros. Coffee Company
    USA
  • Kellogg Bird Sanctuary
    USA
  • Kencaf Importing & Distributing, Inc.
    CAN
  • KoKo Espresso
    USA
  • Kopi Cafe
    USA
  • La Florida
    Peru
  • LaBonne's Market
    USA
  • Lamas
    Peru
  • Lazy Acres Market
    USA
  • Le Petit Chateau Inn
    USA
  • Lebanon Coop Store
    USA
  • Legu Trading PLC
    Ethiopia
  • Lola Savannah, Ltd.
    USA
  • Lomas al Río
    Costa Rica
  • Lula Lounge
    CAN
  • Magnum Coffee
    USA
  • Manse Lane Bed & Breakfast
    CAN
  • Martindale@apos;s Natural Market
    USA
  • Mass Audubon, Drumlin Farm
    USA
  • Mass Audubon, Ipswich River
    USA
  • Masteroast
    UK
  • MAYACERT
    Guatemala
  • Mean Bean
    USA
  • Mesa de los Santos (El Roble)
    Colombia
  • Milagro de Casablanca
    El Salvador
  • Mohonk Preserve
    USA
  • MOM's Organic Market
    USA
  • MOM's Organic Market
    USA
  • MOM's Organic Market
    USA
  • MOM's Organic Market
    USA
  • MOM's Organic Market
    USA
  • MOM's Organic Market
    USA
  • MOM's Organic Market
    USA
  • Mother Earth Natural Foods
    USA
  • Mother Earth's Storehouse
    USA
  • Mother Earth's Storehouse
    USA
  • Multatuli Coffee Merchants
    CAN
  • Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation
    USA
  • Nantucket Coffee Roasters
    USA
  • Natural Food Store
    USA
  • Natural Foods General Store
    USA
  • Nature Food Store
    USA
  • Nature's Temptations
    USA
  • Nature@apos;s Network Organic Food Market
    USA
  • Natures Emporium
    USA
  • Natures Grocer
    USA
  • Natures Pantry
    USA
  • Natures Temptations
    USA
  • New Frontier Coffee
    USA
  • New Frontiers Natural Foods #10
    USA
  • New Frontiers Natural Foods #4
    USA
  • New Frontiers Natural Foods #5
    USA
  • New Frontiers Natural Foods #6
    USA
  • New Frontiers Natural Foods #9
    USA
  • New Hampshire Audubon Shop
    USA
  • New Leaf Market
    USA
  • New Leaf Market
    USA
  • New Leaf Market
    USA
  • Newark Natural Foods Co-op
    USA
  • Nubes de Oro S de SS
    Mexico
  • Nueva Armenia
    Guatemala
  • OCIA INTERNATIONAL, INC.
    USA
  • Ogawa Coffee Co., Ltd.
    Japan
  • OPTCO
    USA
  • Ottos Market
    USA
  • Panacea: an eco shopping oasis
    CAN
  • Pandora's Pantry
    CAN
  • Pandora's Pantry
    CAN
  • Paragon Coffee Trading Co.
    USA
  • Park Natural Health Foods
    USA
  • Pecks Market of Eldred
    USA
  • Pecks Market of Livingston Manor
    USA
  • Poor John's Café
    CAN
  • Porto Rico Importing Co.
    USA
  • Porto Rico Importing Co.
    USA
  • Porto Rico Importing Co.
    USA
  • Proassa
    Peru
  • PROCAFE
    Ecuador
  • PROCAFEQ
    Ecuador
  • Proinnova S.A.
    El Salvador
  • Pronatur
    Peru
  • Provisions Natural Market
    USA
  • QAI, INC.
    USA
  • QUALITY CERTIFICATION SERVICES
    USA
  • Rainbow Grocery
    USA
  • Red Hook Natural Foods
    USA
  • Rising Tide
    USA
  • River Valley Market
    USA
  • Rock Valley Garden Center Inc.
    USA
  • Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History
    USA
  • Royal Coffee
    USA
  • Royal Coffee NY
    USA
  • S & D Coffee
    USA
  • Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op
    USA
  • Sages Cafe
    USA
  • San Juan Utapa
    Guatemala
  • Selva Andina
    Peru
  • Silver City Food Co-op
    USA
  • Singing Cricket
    USA
  • Soul Sista's
    CAN
  • Sparrow Cafe
    USA
  • Stewarts Market
    USA
  • Sumitomo Corporation
    Japan
  • Sun Coffee Roasters
    USA
  • Sunflower Natural Foods Market
    USA
  • Super Natural Foods
    USA
  • Sussex County Food Co-op Inc
    USA
  • Sweet Clover Market
    USA
  • Sweet Olenka's
    CAN
  • Table Local Market
    USA
  • Tempisque et al
    El Salvador
  • The Audubon Shop
    USA
  • The Baltimore Coffee & Tea Co. , Inc.
    USA
  • The Beanery Coffee Roasters
    USA
  • The Big Carrot
    CAN
  • The Bird House
    USA
  • The Bird's Nest
    USA
  • The Briar Patch Community Market
    USA
  • The Creemore Coffee Company
    CAN
  • The Good Life
    USA
  • The Green Cricket
    CAN
  • The Living Earth
    USA
  • The Sweet Potato
    CAN
  • The Urban Nature Store
    CAN
  • The Urban Nature Store
    CAN
  • The Vermont Bird Place and Sky Watch
    USA
  • Thyme and Season
    USA
  • Tierra Viva
    Ecuador
  • Tinto Coffee House
    CAN
  • Toronto Botanical Garden
    CAN
  • Toucanet Coffee
    USA
  • Tully Lark Coffee Shop
    CAN
  • Twin Trading
    UK
  • UCA San Juan del Rio Coco
    Nicaragua
  • Union de Productores Mexicanos Tierra Nueva
    Mexico
  • Upper Valley Food Coop
    USA
  • Urban Nature Store
    CAN
  • Varzea da Onca
    Brazil
  • Vermont Institute of Natural Science
    USA
  • VOLCAFE USA
    USA
  • Weaver's Way Co-op
    USA
  • Wheatsfield Grocery
    USA
  • Whole Foods Berkeley
    USA
  • Whole Foods Beverly Hills
    USA
  • Whole Foods Brentwood
    USA
  • Whole Foods Campbell
    USA
  • Whole Foods Cupertino
    USA
  • Whole Foods Market
    USA
  • Whole Foods Market
    USA
  • Whole Foods Market
    USA
  • Whole Foods Market
    USA
  • Whole Foods Market
    USA
  • Whole Foods Market
    USA
  • Whole Foods Market
    USA
  • Whole Foods Market
    USA
  • Whole Foods Market
    USA
  • Whole Foods Market
    CAN
  • Whole Foods Market
    USA
  • Whole Foods Market
    CAN
  • Whole Foods Mill Valley
    USA
  • Whole Foods Monteray
    USA
  • Whole Foods Palo Alto
    USA
  • Whole Foods San Francisco
    USA
  • Whole Foods San Rafael
    USA
  • Whole Foods San Ramone
    USA
  • Whole Foods Sebastopol
    USA
  • Whole Foods Walnut Creek
    USA
  • Whole Foods West Hollywood
    USA
  • Whole Foods Woodland Hills
    USA
  • Wicked Joe
    USA
  • Wild Bird Center
    USA
  • Wild Bird Center
    USA
  • Wild Bird Center of Monterey
    USA
  • Wild Birds Unlimited
    USA
  • Wild Birds Unlimited
    USA
  • Wild Birds Unlimited
    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    CAN
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    CAN
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    CAN
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
  • Wild Birds Unlimited
    USA
  • Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop
    USA
  • Wild Oats Community Market #134
    USA
  • Wild Oats Community Market #42
    USA
  • Willow Creek Books and Coffee
    USA
  • Woshi Farm
    Ethiopia
  • Yasmin Coffee Plantation
    Ethiopia
  • Yeti Agro Forestry Plc
    Ethiopia
  • Ypsilanti Food Co-op
    USA
  • Zephyr Green Coffee LLC
    USA

Written by Robert Rice