November 26, 2004, Newsletter Issue #29: Choosing Organic Coffee Beans

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Put simply, organic coffee comes from coffee plants that have been grow without the use of artificial fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides. In the context of the coffee growing regions, `organic` enables growers to farm their plantations in a sustainable, chemical-free way.

If you want to buy organic coffee beans, expect to pay a little more. As with all organic foods, the higher price reflects the higher costs associated with organic growing. Also, you`ll find you have fewer coffees to choose from - at least for now.

For a selection of excellent organic coffee beans, see below.

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There are numerous good reasons for buying organic. And luckily, for those of us for whom organic food is important, there are plenty of terrific organic coffees available.

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