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"If you were a farmer in Latin America growing coffee beans would 11 cents per pound be an incentive for you to want to see your children serving your coffee in a Seattle or Chicago or New York and making an average income of a Starbucks employee?" asked Seymour Dimley a member of the CFFFP, Coffee Fanatics For Fair Prices. We are supporting a new not-for-profit coffee company called Billy Budd's Better Brew which travels the estuaries of the Amazon and pays $1 a pound while providing U.S. coffee subscribers an electric coffee roaster and monthly shipments of green Arabica coffee beans of the finest quality," Dimley asserted proudly.
"Why should your home be deprived of the rich and delicious aroma of coffee roasting in your kitchen? This is a win-win for everyone and you will have your superb cup of coffee for about a quarter while positively impacting the U.S. immigration nightmare and Latin American land reform issues," said Dimley. "After the Civil War the promised 40 acres and a mule would have guaranteed....had the South been a good coffee growing region like Brazil or Peru, Costa Rica or Colombia, Honduras or Nicaragua....at a dollar a pound..... two to three times the U.S. poverty level income," said Dimley.