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Blue Bear Coffee Club
Fight slavery, through coffee, every month!
Join our Coffee Club and receive an exclusive bag of single-origin coffee (220g/1kg) delivered directly to your door every month.
Single-origin speciality coffee
Experience new flavours and profiles from across the world
Help end modern slavery
Engage in the fight to end human trafficking and modern slavery
The perfect gift
The perfect gift for a coffee lover with a heart for justice
Justice the Bear
It began with a Blue Teddy Bear and now we have our own! Justice is not just any teddy, but all of the profits are going to support children in the Dominican Republic, rescued from situations of exploitation.
Justice the Bear (17cm) is made from 100% GOTS certified organic materials. 100% Organic Cotton, Filling: 100% Corn Fibre, which is naturally hypoallergenic, antibacterial and machine washable.
Produced by our partners Wooly Organic in their GOTS certified facility in Latvia.
Blue Bear is committed to eradicating slavery from its supply chain, by specifically sourcing its coffee from independent farmers across the world.
We are diligent in ensuring our coffee is produced without anyone being exploited, paying our farmers well above the fair trade market rate.
At Blue Bear we believe in excellence and only stock coffee of the finest quality, exclusively selling Speciality Grade Arabica beans.
Blue Bear invites you to experience a diversity of delicious coffees from around the world, whilst engaging in the fight to end human trafficking.
Our story began a few weeks before Christmas in December 2017, when Bryn, Blue Bear's founder, an ex UK Police Officer, was working for a charity investigating human trafficking in the Dominican Republic.
After one particularly poignant rescue operation, a young girl was asked if there was anything from home the team could collect for her. The child had experienced unspeakable suffering and would never be returning to this house again. After thinking for a while, she asked for her blue bear. Moments later she was driven away from the scene with an old, dirty, dog-eared and damaged teddy sat snuggly on her lap as she clung to it for comfort.
After this experience, Bryn raised some money for a teddy bear fund to ensure that every child they helped would be given a new, clean and fresh bear to cuddle. Something that said 'you are loved' and 'you matter'.
The money raised that Christmas far exceeded the original target and went on to provide financial assistance to the many young girls and boys in the organisation's care.
Blue Bear Coffee Co. is the commercial embodiment of this teddy bear fund, investing its profits and using its profile to support organisations fighting human trafficking and caring for survivors. The unacceptable truth is that there are more people held in slavery today than at any time in history.
At Blue Bear we intend to do something about it.