Mug life: Saturday means free coffee in Clearwater for World Fair Trade Day

Nature's Food Patch wants you to have a cup of joe — on the house.

click to enlarge Mmm. Organic, fair-trade java. - Pixabay
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Mmm. Organic, fair-trade java.

Another World Fair Trade Day, another opportunity to thank loyal customers for their patronage over the years.

At least that's how Nature's Food Patch sees it.

On Saturday, in honor of Fair Trade Day, the family-owned Clearwater grocery store — which is in the process of expanding to downtown Dunedin — plans to offer complimentary cups of fair-trade, organic java to those who stop by its in-house coffee bar.

The freebie is limited to one hot coffee per person.

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