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RwandAir and Question Coffee partner up

Posted 30 March 2018 · Add Comment

RwandAir and Question Coffee have entered a ground breaking partnership to serve Rwandan specialty coffee on all of RwandAir flights with over 2 million cups to be offered in the next two years.

 

This partnership allows passengers the opportunity to support small holder women farmers and their families in Rwanda.

“RwandAir is proud to advance the Made in Rwanda initiative through its industry leadership by offering Question Coffee. RwandAir will be connecting the world to locally grown and roasted coffee. Question Coffee is a social enterprise funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies and powered by 27,000 women who are now managing their own businesses and supporting their families in Rwanda.

“Serving the fresh and wonderfully tasty Rwandan coffee on our flights gives us gratification to offer to our clients the best, to continue promoting Rwandan products and sustain our community” said Chance Ndagano, the Ag. Chief Executive Officer of RwandAir.

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