Grace Farms Now Serves the Corporate and Foodservice Markets as It Continues to Focus on Giving Back

New Canaan, Conn.-based Grace Farms – the only premium tea and coffee brand that gives back 100 percent of profits to end forced labor worldwide – is pioneering a new way of giving back through its unique business model. The company's commitment to sourcing only the highest quality, carefully sourced tea and coffee, while also prioritizing ethical and sustainable practices, has made it a leader of quality and impact in the industry.

Now, companies looking to highlight their ESG (environmental, social, governance) commitments can partner with Grace Farms to offer the brand’s signature teas and coffees in foodservice packaging – ideal for offices, events and catering, hotels and cafeterias. In addition, Grace Farms also offers a corporate gifting program that ranges from US$28 to US$99 with customizable packaging options.

“Grace Farms is leading the charge in a new kind of business model, one that invites everyone to participate in philanthropic capitalism,” said Adam Thatcher, CEO at Grace Farms Foods. “By choosing to partner with us, businesses can join us in making a real difference in the world, while also offering a high-quality product that their employees, clients and stakeholders will love. We believe that by working together, we can create a better future for everyone involved.”

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The Grace Farms line of teas (Photo: Courtesy of Grace Farms)

Grace Farms noted that by choosing to partner with their business, companies can make a positive impact in the world while also offering their employees and customers high quality tea and coffee.

Grace Farms recently released a line of wellness teas, and the brand’s teas and coffees can be found at events like the flagship TED Conference event in Vancouver, and in corporate offices including JP Morgan, UBS, the World Economic Forum and Bridgewater Associates.

Grace Farms Foundation is an interdisciplinary humanitarian mission that pursues peace through five initiatives – nature, arts, justice, community and faith. Grace Farms is a SANAA-designed site that’s used for convening people across sectors. The company’s mission is is to end modern slavery and gender-based violence and create more grace and peace in local and global communities. Recently, Grace Farms introduced Grace Farms Foods, a Certified B Corp premium tea and coffee company which gives back 100 percent of its profits to support the work of Design For FREEDOM.

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