Fairtrade in Mexico (47 images)

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In the land of corn and honey,
Fair trade and bees without sting.
The Tosepan Titataniske (United, We Conquer) cooperative is today a beautiful example of indigenous development in Mexico. In the state of Puebla, on the foothills of the Sierra Madre, the association regroups 5,800 Nahuat and Totonac families, and markets nearly 30 tons of coffee a year, as well as the honey from a bee without a stinger, the trigona scaptotrigona. In the pre-Hispanic era, beekeeping was already a...
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