We recently took a trip to Saint-Bruno to visit one of the province's five FARO coffee-roasting plants and café-boutiques. We took the opportunity to shoot some of their new merchandise.

And yes, for their project, our t-shirts and long sleeves serve as the canvas for illustrations of their core values, such as the importance of relationships with producers, environmental protection and community support.

FARO is a Sherbrooke-based family business founded in 1982 and dedicated to roasting and distributing specialty coffee throughout Quebec.

In 1999, FARO became the second roaster in Canada to be Fair Trade Certified. This vision of sustainable, respectful coffee production is an intrinsic part of their identity.

For them, it's essential to go out and meet producers, to feel their passion and respect for their plantations, but also to better understand the issues they face.

In addition to being able to buy FARO coffee at their boutiques, the company has developed a province-wide distribution network. It is therefore possible to buy their coffee in certain grocery stores, or to do business with them for events or corporate coffee services.

It's always a pleasure for us to work with passionate people who want to make a difference and encourage more ethical consumption.

Customer: Brûleries FARO
Location: Brûleries FARO - Promenades St-Bruno
Editor: Léonie Hottote
Photographer: Drowster

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