Our Mission at Birds and Beans is to use coffee, in all its capacities, to improve life on earth in the small ways we can. We choose to invest ourselves into the quality of our coffee, and into supporting our heroic growers who are the defenders of forest habitat in Latin America.  We appreciate the simple pleasures of a delicious cup of Bird Friendly® coffee while discussing it’s very contribution to the diversity of life on earth. “In a world of cynicism and doubt, we do better.”™

A richer taste, a richer earth.®

Enjoy the simple pleasures of exceptional coffee

Grown in natural forest

Expertly roasted to reveal hidden flavours

Strength without bitterness, Mellow without weakness

DavidMadeleine, and the crew at Birds and Beans

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David is co-owner, co-founder and roastmaster of Birds and Beans Inc. His main interest is to use coffee to improve the quality of peoples lives: the public by supporting the phenomenon of migration, our heroic growers by supporting their ecological efforts, our customers through great products, service and relationships, and everyone he meets by offering them a cup of the amazing coffee he roasts. David obtained a degree in biotechnology followed by a masters degree business administration with focus on economics. He founded 2 Canadian biotechnology companies before he and Madeleine shifted focus to create Birds and Beans.
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Proud Signatories

We humans share collective responsibility to protect the natural health of Ontario, Canada and the planet. Species at risk in Ontario We are proud to

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Our Coffee

We want to share with you the amazing taste experience of pre-industrial coffee. While others sacrifice flavour and quality for shelf life and transportability, we take an entirely different approach:  We pursue the best tasting coffee.

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Look, See the Bird!

Look, See The Bird!  $16.50 by Bill Wilson (Author and Birds & Beans USA Founder), Katie Fallon  (Author), Leigh Anne Carter (Illustrator). Look, See the

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