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    Default Organice/Fair Trade Coffee

    Just wondering where you get yours from and is it good????

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    Not sure if you mean beans or instant... but i get organic coffee (instant) from woolworths "Nature's Cuppa Organics"...

    Its also GM free

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasmineLouise View Post


    Not sure if you mean beans or instant... but i get organic coffee (instant) from woolworths "Nature's Cuppa Organics"...

    Its also GM free

    I didnt know you could get instant!!! Well there you go, guess i can get both then

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    I get mine from Oxfam (ground, beans or instant), Mifeia Coffee (ground or beans) or ground from Aldi.

    I usually buy from Oxfam and Mifeia though because I can buy it in bulk.

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    thanks CM, buying in bulk sounds good, i will check them out.

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    I thought fair trade only applied to coffee machine coffee. I haven't seen it advertised anywhere else

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasmineLouise View Post
    but i get organic coffee (instant) from woolworths "Nature's Cuppa Organics"...

    Its also GM free
    We use this as well as the tea bags

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomtom View Post
    I thought fair trade only applied to coffee machine coffee. I haven't seen it advertised anywhere else
    No, lots of big supermarkets and specialty food stores sell Fair Trade instant. Oxfam sells it online too, I think.

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    Oxfam, Woolies or Coles.


 

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