B Lab respectfully acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation, the traditional custodians of the land on which we work, and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.

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Jasper Coffee

Jasper Coffee is dedicated to re-humanizing the coffee supply chain, and has formed strong relationships across the Coffee world in their exploration and adventure into the unknown. The company stocks Australia?s largest selection of Single Origin Beans, Blends, Fairtrade, Organic & Specialty Coffees, and accepts into their repertoire only coffees with distinctions of flavour, body, and aroma that satisfy the palate. However, Jasper Coffee?s business goes beyond coffee to include a selection of quality products, such as Drinking Chocolate, Sugar and Instant Coffee, all Certified Fairtrade and Organic. Sustainability has always shaped Jasper Coffee?s business ethos. Decisions to roast shade grown coffees, use compostable packaging, drive Hybrid vehicles and develop the economic and social benefits we direct to producers, has manifested into the company achieving Organic, Fair Trade and Carbon Neutral Certifications. Jasper Coffee has continually strived to partner with coffee growers, through initiatives such as Fair Trade, the Cafe Femenino Project, and in partnership with World Vision Australia, helping farmers in the Kochore Project, HAMA Co-op Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia. By directly returning a percentage of profit from the sale of the coffee from the HAMA Co-op, Jasper Coffee contributed more than $98,000 to this project. The funding and the success of the partnership has contributed significantly to see the Hama Co-op?s strength and focus rebuild their community, improve coffee yield and quality, and deliver their brilliant coffee to the international market. In December 2015 Jasper Coffee embarked on building a partnership to support the Red Dust Heelers program and to bring Fair Trade into its own backyard. Based on the World Vision Kochore Project model, a percentage of profit from the sales of RED DUST the Coffee is directed to the Heelers program. Co-ordinated by the Outback Academy this funding contributes to further the Heelers Program which implements mentoring and the healing of the cultural or other hurt of young indigenous and disadvantaged youth around Australia. Like Fair Trade cooperatives, this is an empowering program for the participants where individuals are taught skills to facilitate a more positive aspiration to life. This in turn, becomes valuable to their personal livelihood and the communities in which they live and grow. The partnership and the continued funding contribution provided by Jasper Coffee will enable the program to expand and facilitate further trainers for the rollout of this already successful program.