We like to think of ourselves as super local: We roast local, we package local and, most importantly, we do good local, giving 2¢ for each serving purchased to charities that help our buyers’ neighbors by providing nutritious foods.
Yep! Local is a huge part of what we do, so when Red Thread Good had the opportunity to participate in the Crain's Made in New York Trade Show last week we couldn't say no. Suited up in our aprons and with red thread bracelets around our wrists, the RTG team headed to the event for a day of pouring cold brew, trying awesome food and drink, and being part of a community that values local as much as we do.
We didn't just stuff our faces with treats from Zaro's Bakery or sip on some mid-day Hudson Whiskey drinks (even though we totally did), but we also felt the good of connecting with so many #MadeInNY brands. That support system means a whole lot. We're ready to keep spreading the good, both locally and around the world, one serving at a time!