Atlanta, GA, July 31, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Blue Donkey Iced Coffee has partnered with Frontline Missions, an non-profit organization closely working with several indigenous groups in Central America. Frontline Missions has worked with the Tolupan Indians of Honduras for many years. The Tolupans are a native people who live high in the mountains of Honduras and who earn most of their income from their small coffee farms. Their challenge is to get their beans to market. Blue Donkey Coffee seeks to purchase their beans at a fair market value. This will enable the Tolupan people to earn a higher wage on their crop and increase their standard of living.
Ed Lane at Blue Donkey says, "We value our partnership with Frontline Missions and are committed to truly helping the indigenous groups in Central America. Not only do we want to pay higher prices for their beans, but also want to meet and develop real relationships with the people who grow the beans we cherish so much."
Blue Donkey Iced Coffee is a company committed to creating extraordinary iced coffee beverages with fresh, local, and 100 % natural ingredients. They are located in Atlanta, Georgia and their philosophy starts at the farm and ends in the bottle - no exceptions.