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Saturday, November 11 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Radical Transparency and the Evolution of Ethical Trade

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Maya will discuss the development of ethical trading models with a focus on the present day push by the specialty chocolate industry towards a new radical pricing model: transparent trade and de-commoditization. The goal is to look beyond the badge on the bar and really get to know the supply chain behind your favorite chocolate bars, seeking transparency and real information showing farmers are earning more from your purchase.

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Stasi Baranoff

Director of Global Operations and Sourcing, Uncommon Cacao
Stasi is the Supply Chain Manager at Uncommon Cacao, focused on sourcing high-quality cacao from partners we trust and ensuring social and economic impact in our supply chain. Before Uncommon, she was the Program Director for Sustainable Harvest Coffee Importer’s NGO in Rwanda... Read More →
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Maya Granit

Managing Director, Co-founder, Uncommon Cacao
Maya is focused on pioneering a model of extreme transparency in the chocolate supply chain to deliver quality cacao to chocolate manufacturers, and create meaningful market access for cacao farmers globally. She is co-founder and Managing Director of Uncommon Cacao, a fully transparent... Read More →

Saturday November 11, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm PST
Smith Cove Cruise Terminal Pier 91 Seattle 2001 W. Garfield Street, Seattle WA 98119