Compostable KCup Cluster

For Fair Trade Month, we’re giving away 20 ethical prizes to help you celebrate. Enter to win this Compostable K-Cup Cluster.

canterbury coffeeOn October 27th, we are going to be raffling off a Compostable K-Cup Cluster from OneCoffee and Tate & Lyle.

Enter by taking the Fairness Quiz and making a pledge after you get your results. Visit to take the quiz now!

A prize will be drawn every other day in October. Enter between 12:00am ET October 26th and 11:59pm ET October 27th for a chance to win a k-cup cacophony.

This prize includes:

  • 5 boxes of OneCoffee k-cups in a variety of blends
  • 2 pumps of Tate & Lyle Fairtrade cane sugar syrups
  • 1 Fairtrade America union-made-in-the-USA mug
  • 1 Fairtrade America Fairtrade cotton bag from Oasis Bags

OneCoffee believe organic coffee is a healthier option for the people who drink it, the people who grow it and the future of our environment. All OneCoffee products are certified organic by the USDA, which means the beans we choose are grown without the use of chemicals, non-natural fertilizers and genetically modified organisms. Organic farming methods protect natural resources, promote biodiversity and prevent soil erosion. No pesticides, no GMOs, no worries. This strict adherence to organic also means that they don’t offer any flavored OneCoffee, because there’s a lack of certified organic flavorings.

When OneCoffee debuted in 2013, they had a lofty goal. To give the world a 100% compostable, organic, fair trade, single-serve coffee that tastes great. They’re very close to their goal. Their soft pods are now 99% compostable, but they won’t rest until they reach 100%. With your help, we all can make a difference. Together, we can reduce the garbage being generated by single-serve coffee.

Tate & Lyle was founded in London in 1878. For over almost 140 years, it has been creating some of the world’s best sugar. If you’ve ever been to London or other cities in England, you’ll notice the Tate name on notable institutions like the Tate Gallery or the Tate Modern museums. These Tates are one in the same!

For Tate & Lyle, sourcing cane sugar from Fairtrade farmers is not only good common sense, it makes good sustainable business sense. Since their initial commitment in 2008, Tate & Lyle Sugars has supported more farmers’ organizations to become Fairtrade certified. Today, they source Fairtrade sugar from over 20,000 small scale cane farmers in 14 different groups in 4 countries.

This is our biggest giveaway ever so take the quiz and make a pledge now!

When you enter, you will also have a chance to win one out of four prizes from our Grand Prize Draw, which includes a YEAR SUPPLY OF DIVINE CHOCOLATE!

Don’t forget to read our Terms & Conditions to make sure that you’re eligible.

Many thanks to our friends at OneCoffee and Tate & Lyle for donating prizes to this competition. They make it even easier to get out the door in the morning.