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Ground Espresso to build IT centre for Honduran Coffee Growers.

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Ground Espresso are attempting to raise £13,500 in order to build an IT centre to help the Honduran community which supplies the firm with coffee beans.

75% of those living in the area of Capucas are illiterate and this project will provide up to 12 computers, two teachers and a unit to house them.

Ground uses approximately 20 tonnes of coffee every year, and since the firm started making it’s own coffee, it has tried to ensure the fair treatment of those growing their coffee beans.

The co-founder of Ground said that he had been told by the Honduran community that investment in education was badly needed in the area.

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