29 Sep '13, 2pm

WU Brew: Golden Valley Farms & Widener University Collaborate

WU Brew: Golden Valley Farms & Widener University Collaborate

Did you know that of the 50 countries with the highest deforestation rates from 1990 to 1995, 37 were coffee producers? Widener University is helping to bring these forests back to life with its very own earth friendly coffee from cultivation to cup called, WU Brew . WU Brew is organically-grown coffee from Golden Valley Farms of West Chester, Pa and uses coffee beans harvested from Las Lajas, Costa Rica where Widener University faculty and students travel to learn about sustainable agriculture. It was a chance encounter that brought together two men who are now helping facilitate change in the world of specialty coffee. For the past several decades, John Sacharok of Golden Valley Farms , has been involved in the coffee business. During that time, he has seen the change that has occurred within the industry. “Over time, it has become more difficult to say, ‘This is great c...

Full article: http://coffeeuniverse.com/wu-brew-golden-valley-farms-wid...

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