Audubon Coffee, (800)829-1300, www.auduboncoffeeclub.com. Handled by the Rogers Family Company, Audubon-branded coffee is 100 percent organic, shade grown and habitat friendly.
Café Canopy, (858)449-4033, www.shade-coffee.com. Offers shade-grown, organic coffees certified by the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center’s standards.
Café Campesino, (888)532-4728, www.cafecampesino.com. Specializes in organic, Fair Trade coffee directly imported from single locations, as opposed to blends.
Caffe Sanora, (512)732-8300, www.caffesanora.com. Organic coffee that is roasted using a patented method to preserve more natural antioxidants.
Dean’s Beans, (800)325-3008, www.deansbeans.com. All Dean’s coffees are 100 percent organic and Fair Trade and support small-scale assistance projects in producing regions.
Equal Exchange, (781)830-0303, www.equalexchange.com. The U.S.’s oldest and largest Fair Trade seller, Equal Exchange offers a range of certified goods from coffee and tea to chocolate and t-shirts.
Grounds for Change, (800)796-6820, www.groundsforchange.com. This Pacific Northwest-based company hand roasts organic, fair trade and shade-grown coffee to order, and offsets its greenhouse gases from operations.
Jim’s Organic Coffee, (866)546-7674, www.jimsorganiccoffee.com. Jim’s was one of the first to roast organic coffee, and continues to offer 100 percent organic, shade-grown coffee that is bought at fair prices. Donates to Child Aid, WaterAid and other charitable efforts.
Peace Coffee, (888)324-7872, www.peacecoffee.com. All coffees are shade grown, organic and Fair Trade.
Thanksgiving Coffee Company, (800)648-6491, www.thanksgivingcoffee.com. Sells shade-grown, organic and Fair Trade coffees, as well as other "cause coffee," such as a line aimed at ending the embargo against Cuba and one from a Ugandan co-op of Jewish, Muslim and Christian farmers.
Wild Forest Coffee, (503)263-4284, www.wildforestcoffee.com. Diego Llach’s El Salvador coffee is grown under Rainforest Alliance principles.