A message from our Sweet Auburn Coffee Shop….

Written by Cafe Campesino on Oct 1, 2010 in BLOG, Cafe Campesino, Cafe Campesino at Sweet Auburn |
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Okay so September has been a good month, the Fair Trade Futures conference in Boston was awesome, I definitely feel like it brought clarity to our coffee shop’s purpose as serving up the freshest fairest coffee in Georgia.  

Almeta Tulloss, marketing manager, Cafe Campesino at Sweet Auburn Curb Market

The Cafe became an official member of Georgia Organics, yay! And we’re working on becoming members of the Fair Trade Federation.  The Sweet Auburn Curb Market got voted “best food event” in Atlanta with the monthly urban picnics, a collaboration with the Atlanta Street Food Coalition. We are welcoming in October with lots of big positive changes. We are bringing in bulk and roasted to order coffee for sale. We have recieved our first shipment of local natural delicious Sparkman’s Milks… our mocha’s have never tasted better! We’re changing our menu to focus more on breakfast with fresh handmade granola from Koinonia Farms, and breakfast sandwiches featuring Sweet Auburn Bakery breads!

Atlanta Streets Alive! Kick-off Party. Come out on Oct. 17.

We’ll also be featuring Atlanta Fresh Greek Yogurts and Arden’s Garden Juices, what a treat. Lots of great events are happening including Field of Greens Oct. 3rd, Taste of Atlanta Oct. 23rd and 24th, and Atlanta Streets Alive on Sunday the 17th. We’ll be featuring Pumpkin Spice Latte’s all month leading up to our 1 year anniversary party on Saturday October 30th, everyone come out and help us celebrate one year of serving up the freshest, most delicious coffee and pasteries in downtown Atlanta!

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1 Comment

Nema
Oct 1, 2010 at 4:56 pm

ATLANTA FRESH YOGURTS!!!!! mmm…. and Sparkman’s, too!!! Can we incorporate White Oak Pastures grass-fed beef somehow?!?! J/k. This sounds fun. Can’t wait for Atlanta Streets Alive.


 

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