If it is organic, it is good. Organic Coffee.

Organic coffee can give you one of the finest coffee experiences of your life, something new and unique from different lands of the world can be at the reach of your hands. Have you ever had the opportunity to taste a 100% organic coffee blend? Well, there are many different options to choose from and many of them can be found on internet. The best part of using the internet is that you can order your products online and have them delivered in the door of your house and always with the best prices if you know where to buy.

When you decide to go organic you can be sure that you are choosing a healthier lifestyle and that you are helping the environment too, so, why don’t you give it a try? You will be delighted and will help the planet at the same time, aren’t those reasons good enough to do it? We are in a time when everything we can do to help our planet counts to try to reduce the destruction caused by the human being.

It is always important to be informed and know some important facts that help you decide before you go shopping. Here we present you a list of the benefits of organic coffee over regular coffee.

No Chemicals
We can guarantee that coffee is one of the most heavily chemically treated food products and we are sure that you don’t want to have all those synthetic components affecting your whole body and the land.

Helps Preserve Water
When coffee is grown under organic farming standards the use of fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides is completely prohibited. When these chemicals are used, they settle into the groundwater and pollute the water and as you can imagine this water will eventually end up in the oceans, threatening everyone’s life.

Saves trees
In conventional coffee farming, many trees are cut down to make space for coffee bushes (this happens because coffee traditionally does not grow in the shade). Obviously, ecosystems and wildlife are destroyed in the process. Organic farming promotes environment and wildlife preservation.

Organic doesn’t mean boring
Incorporating classic flavours (from Italy, India, South America, South East Asia, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea among others) you can experience highly versatile blends that can be enjoyed at any time of the day. There is a wide variety to choose from, try all of them and find your favorite.

There is so much more to learn about organic coffee and all the different blends that Global Organic Coffee has developed. If you are willing to enjoy an excellent cup of coffee, find healthier options, help the environment or simply want to learn more about GOC and their products just visit www.globalorganiccoffee.com . Also, don’t forget to check how Global Organic Coffee supports a great non-profit organization World Youth International.
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Pig cooked by Dani tribesmen – Baliem Valley, Papua province, island of New Guinea

The Dani use an earth oven method of cooking pig and their staple crops such as sweet potato, banana, and cassava. They heat some stones in a fire until they are extremely hot, then wrap cuts of meat and pieces of sweet potato or banana inside banana leaves. The food package is then lowered into a pit which has been lined with some of the hot stones, the remaining hot stones are then placed on top, and the pit is covered in grass and a cover to keep steam in. After a couple of hours the pit is opened and the food removed and eaten. Pigs are too valuable to be served regularly, and are reserved for special occasions only.

The Dani people, a so-called ‘stone age’ tribe that survived into the twenty-first century, live in the Baliem Valley (also spelled Balim Valley, and sometimes known as the Grand Valley) of the highlands of Papua province (Indonesia), western New Guinea. The Baliem Valley is a tableland 1600 m above sea level in the midst of the central mountain range.

Filmed by Alastair Robinson.

I Dani sono una tribù indigena della Baliem Valley, un altopiano della provincia di Papua (Indonesia) nella parte occidentale dell’isola della Nuova Guinea.

El Dani son una tribu indígena del valle de Baliem, una meseta en la provincia de Papua (Indonesia), en la parte occidental de la isla de Nueva Guinea.

A Dani é uma tribo indígena do Vale do Baliem, um platô na província de Papua (Indonésia), na parte ocidental da ilha de Nova Guiné.

وداني هي قبيلة من السكان الأصليين في وادي Baliem، هضبة في
محافظة بابوا (إندونيسيا) في الجزء الغربي من جزيرة غينيا الجديدة
دنی یک قبیله بومی دره Baliem، فلات در استان پاپوآ (اندونزی) در بخش غربی جزیره گینه نو

Les Dani sont une tribu indigène de la vallée de Baliem, un plateau dans la province de Papouasie (Indonésie) dans la partie occidentale de l’île de la Nouvelle-Guinée.

Die Dani sind ein indigener Stamm der Baliem Valley, einer Hochebene in der Provinz Papua (Indonesien) im westlichen Teil der Insel Neuguinea.

दानी Baliem घाटी, न्यू गिनी के द्वीप के पश्चिमी भाग में पापुआ (इंडोनेशिया) के प्रांत में एक पठार के एक स्वदेशी जनजाति हैं.

Suku Dani adalah sebuah suku yang mendiami satu wilayah di Lembah Baliem yang dikenal sejak ratusan tahun lalu sebagai petani yang terampil dan telah menggunakan alat/perkakas yang pada awal mula ditemukan diketahui telah mengenal teknologi penggunaan kapak batu, pisau yang dibuat dari tulang binatang, bambu dan juga tombak yang dibuat menggunakan kayu galian yang terkenal sangat kuat dan berat. Suku Dani masih banyak mengenakan ”koteka” (penutup kemaluan pria) yang terbuat dari kunden/labu kuning dan para wanita menggunakan pakaian wah berasal dari rumput/serat dan tinggal di “honai-honai” (gubuk yang beratapkan jerami/ilalang). Upacara-upacara besar dan keagamaan, perang suku masih dilaksanakan (walaupun tidak sebesar sebelumnya).




대니는 발리 엠 밸리, 뉴기니 섬의 서쪽 부분에있는 파푸아 (인도네시아)의 지방에있는 고원의 원주민 부족합니다.

Ang Dani ay isang taal na taga tribo ng Baliem Valley, isang talampas sa lalawigan ng Papua (Indonesia) sa kanlurang bahagi ng isla ng New Guinea.

Yang Dani merupakan kaum pribumi di Lembah Baliem, dataran tinggi di wilayah Papua (Indonesia) di bahagian barat pulau New Guinea.

Dani są rodzime plemię Baliem Valley, płaskowyżu w prowincji Papua (Indonezja) w zachodniej części wyspy Nowa Gwinea.

Дани являются коренным племя долине Baliem, плато в провинции Папуа (Индонезия) в западной части острова Новая Гвинея.

Dani Baliem Vadisi, Yeni Gine adasının batı kesiminde Papua (Endonezya) ilinde bir plato bir yerli kabile vardır.

דני הוא שבט ילידים של Baliem העמק, רמה במחוז פפואה (אינדונזיה) בחלקו המערבי של האי גינאה החדשה

Ο Dani είναι μια εγχώρια φυλή της κοιλάδας Baliem, ένα οροπέδιο στην επαρχία της Παπούα (Ινδονησία) στο δυτικό τμήμα του νησιού της Νέας Γουινέας.

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