Tuesday, April 20, 2010

New Tiny Footprint Coffee: World's First Carbon-Negative Coffee

"MINNEAPOLIS, April 15 /PRNewswire/ -- With every sip of new Tiny Footprint™ Coffee (www.tinyfootprintcoffee.com), coffee lovers will be doing their part to reduce harmful carbon emissions.

How? It's all in the math. On average, it takes 4 pounds of carbon to make 1 pound of coffee. With the purchase of its coffee, Tiny Footprint Coffee makes a contribution toward the Mindo Cloudforest Foundation (www.mindocloudforest.org) in Ecuador to plant carbon-sucking trees that each suck up 54 pounds of carbon from the environment.

That's 54 pounds of oxygen-producing, atmosphere-cooling, carbon-sucking trees minus 4 pounds of negative carbon to produce 50 pounds of karma goodness that Tiny Footprint coffee drinkers are contributing to the environment with every sip of Tiny Footprint coffee."

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