This puzzel was created in honor of Fairtrade Fortnight (February 27-March 12).
Photo courtesy of Greggs
From February 27 through March 12 it's Fairtrade Fortnight. Created and organized by the Fairtrade Foundation, this two week celebration spotlights all things Fairtrade. Now most people drink coffee. And lots of coffee beans are Fairtrade beans. Companies in the United States that use Fairtrade beans are Allegro, Bean Fruit Coffee, Ghost Town Coffee Roasters, Anodyne, Dynamite Roasting Co., Kaldi's Coffee, La Cosecha, New Harvest Coffee, THX, One Village Coffee, Spyhouse Coffee Roasters, Bean Head Coffee, 20 Below Coffee, Grounds & Hounds Coffee, Kobrick Coffee, Gregory's Coffee, Starbucks, A & E Coffee Roastery and Tea, and Blue Bottle.
Yes, Fairtrade Fortnight does celebrate all things Fair Trade, but for now let's concentrate on coffee. See the above photo? That's actually a puzzle. It was created by Greggs. They're a UK chain of stores that serves up hot coffee among other things. And they created this puzzle.
“Every coffee bean we grind is 100% Fairtrade and each cup of coffee is made with our own unique blend of Arabica and Robusta beans which are slow-roasted to create a delicious full flavour.
“We are proud to be able to make a positive difference through our commitment to purchasing Fairtrade products and created this puzzle to get more people thinking about how their coffee is sourced.”Stated a Gregss spokesperson in a press release.
Somewhere hidden in the above puzzle is a bunch of coffee beans. Can you find them all? The answer is below the jump!