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4C Regional Stakeholder Conference in Campinas focuses on new EU No-Deforestation regulation

The 4C Regional Stakeholder Conference demonstrated the collective commitment of the coffee and sustainability community to driving positive change and advancing responsible practices. The event's success and overwhelming participation showcased the industry's dedication to embracing sustainability and meeting the evolving demands for coffee exports

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CAMPINAS, Brazil – 170 coffee and sustainability professionals as well as Government officials gathered at the Royal Palm Plaza Resort for the 4C Regional Stakeholder Conference on “New Requirements for Coffee Exports and Latest Developments in Sustainability Certification.” The event proved to be a resounding success, offering participants the opportunity to engage with prominent stakeholders, gain insights from industry experts, and contribute to meaningful discussions.

The conference provided a platform for attendees to immerse themselves in an informative and enriching experience. With a focus on fostering collaboration and providing valuable networking opportunities, the event facilitated connections among professionals in the coffee and sustainability field. It served as a catalyst for new partnerships and knowledge exchange, reinforcing the commitment to driving sustainable practices in the industry.

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Throughout the event, industry-leading experts guided thought-provoking discussions, shedding light on the implications of the latest advancements in sustainability regulations and requirements.

Key topics included a comprehensive exploration of the forthcoming No-Deforestation regulation in the EU, with a particular focus on the requirements for compliance.

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Attendees also gained valuable insights through in-depth analysis and innovative approaches to the German Supply Chain Due Diligence Act.

Notable figures and industry-leading experts from the Brazilian coffee sector shared their insights, including representatives from Cecafé, the State Secretary of Agriculture of Espírito Santo, the Executive President of CNC Brazil, and distinguished global coffee and sustainability experts from esteemed organizations like the International Coffee Organization, Global Coffee Platform, Meo Carbon Solutions, and Global Risk Assessment Servies (GRAS).

The conference provided attendees with a unique opportunity to stay informed about crucial sustainability regulations and requirements. By connecting with industry leaders and peers, participants broadened their networks and gained valuable perspectives, setting the stage for future collaborations and shared successes.

The 4C Regional Stakeholder Conference demonstrated the collective commitment of the coffee and sustainability community to driving positive change and advancing responsible practices. The event’s success and overwhelming participation showcased the industry’s dedication to embracing sustainability and meeting the evolving demands for coffee exports.

The registration for the next 4C Regional Stakeholder Conference in Bogota, Colombia on the 31st of August 2023 is now open.

About 4C

4C is a leading sustainability certification scheme for the entire coffee sector. 4C certification focuses on good agricultural and management practices, including requirements on economic, social and environmental conditions for coffee production and processing in order to establish credible sustainable and transparent supply chains.

For more information visit www.4c-services.org or contact Miriam Trinker at trinker@4c-services.org

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