Fair trade coffee bags are hand woven and crafted by the artisans of Xetonox, located in the tiny region of Tecpan in Guatemala. These Maya artisans live in a very rural village and speak the language of Kaqchikel. The Xetonox artisan group is made up of 8 women who are very talented at sewing and weaving, skills that have been passed down to them through their Maya culture. Just as fair trade coffee workers, these artisans are paid a fair wage for their work and work in humane conditions. These wages allow the artisans to better support their families which then fosters economic prosperity in their community.