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2 Reviews on “Sweet Unity Farms Coffee”

  • Jim Clingman 4 years ago

    I have bought Sweet Unity Farms Coffee for several years and have written about it for years as well, noting it in my book, Black Empowerment with an Attitude. Believe me; if you like coffee you will absolutely love Sweet Unity. Even if you are not a coffee drinker, surely you know someone who is. Why not send a couple of pounds of Sweet Unity as gifts? Additionally, ask your local coffee shops to add it to their menus.

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    On the business side of things, the coffeehouse industry in the United States was forecasted to generate more than $32 billion in revenue in 2016. U.S. coffeehouses make up just a small sector of the vast food and drink industry which expected to see sales of around $782 billion in 2016. Shouldn’t Black people go for a share of that, especially since the best coffees are grown by Black people in Africa and Jamaica?

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