Oregon wheat farmers aren't having a great year, but I'm sure I can find one to supply me with locally-grown, minimally-processed flour, and to re-evaluate their wasted grain.
Sugar and cocoa are harder. It's not likely that I'll be able to use certified fair-trade products just yet, but I'll be researching manufacturers. I know products from South America are more likely to be farmed and processed ethically than those from Africa, as a broad generalization. It'll take some probing.
All our coffee already comes from San Francisco Bay Coffee, a Rogers Family company. It's fairly traded and shade grown (meaning no clear-cutting forests). We're happy with the ethics of this company, and they manage to keep their beans affordable as well. I wish they sold cocoa!
If all goes as planned, we'll be starting at the Hillsboro Tuesday market as soon as they can make space for us, and at the Beaverton Farmer's market soon after that. We'll also be pounding the pavement, seeking local small businesses who are willing to offer or promote our products. Keep your eyes open for Benefit Brownies!