Meet Mustafa from Milina, Egypt.
Mustafa and his family opened a small cafe in their hometown of Milina. With a lot of hard work and a tahini bit of luck, their cafe has become a neighborhood fava-rite, so he is using his microloan to expand the cafe.
Each tote comes ful circle by providing a microloan in the country where its fabric originated. To date, you have lentil over $165,000 in microloans to farmers and small business owners like Mustafa in 26 countries. Your support has mint the world to us!
So let's give a shawarma welcome to this new taste of Egypt...
Plus HERE are a few more new totes to kick off this fa-la-la-la-lafel season too.
Here’s to chickpeas on Earth and to feeling good—because after all, it’s Friday!
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