DON'T DRINK COFFEE WITHOUT THIS LOGO ON THE BAG!
Most of the coffee sold in America today is literally killing the songbirds we love – and destroying a sustainable method of farming that supports rural communities in Latin America and keeps farm workers and their children away from toxic chemicals.
The only way you can be certain that the coffee in your cup is Bird Friendly® is if the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center seal is on the bag! By buying certified shade coffee you can become part of a truly sustainable chain from seedling to cup. Be part of the solution to a better life for all and enjoy the best coffee you’ve ever tasted.
Make it easy for everyone in the USA to drink 'Bird Friendly®' Coffee – a real way to support sustainability.
The Birds & Beans mission is about making it easier for everyday tasks, like your morning cup of coffee, to make a real difference in the world we live in.
We want to make sure that people who enjoy coffee and care about sustainability can get great coffee that they know is good for bird conservation, family farmers and workers and the environment we all share. Our commitment to quality and service ensures that fresh roasted, great tasting ‘Birds & Beans - The Good Coffee’™ flies straight to your door and into your cup.
OUR CONSERVATION PARTNERS RECOMMEND BIRDS & BEANS
"Shade coffee farms like those supported by Birds & Beans are essential to the future of neotropical migrants," says David Younkman, Vice President for Conservation at American Bird Conservancy. "There's no easier way for people who love birds to help the environment than buying Bird-Friendly coffee."
Birds & Beans donates over 10% of our gross profits to our partners to help their important work.
American Bird Conservancy, Ascutney Mountain Audubon, Black Swamp Bird Observatory, Boulder County Audubon Society, Carolina Bird Club, Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, Mecklenburg Audubon Society, Mohonk Preserve, North Branch Nature Center, New Hampshire Audubon, Orange County NY Audubon, Rensselaer Land Trust, Rock Creek Conservancy, Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory, Southern Adirondack Audubon Society, Vermont Center for Ecostudies, West Virginia based ACCA