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7‑Eleven to launch Rainforest Alliance single-origin coffee from Peru

IRVING, Texas, U.S. – For its next exclusive single-origin coffee, 7‑Eleven, Inc. headed south to the Cajamarca region of ...

RIU introduces 120 tonnes of sustainable coffee per year in its hotels

RIU Hotels & Resorts has taken another step towards the sustainable development of the company by introducing coffee t...

Vietnam’s Son La Arabica coffee geographical indication announced

SON LA, Vietnam – The northwestern province of Son La has announced Son La coffee as a collective brand and held Mai Son C...

Nestlé again earning a place in the annual CDP Climate A List

Nestlé has been recognized as a global leader for its response to climate change, again earning a place in the annual CDP ...

Cafetto to launch biodegradable compatible cleaning capsule at Host

Australian company Cafetto will launch the world’s first eco-friendly capsule at the world’s biggest hospitality expo HOST...

Nespresso to showcase key partnership with Rainforest on coffee sleeves

LAUSANNE, Switzerland – Nespresso has announced the inclusion of the Rainforest Alliance Certified seal on all Nespresso p...

World Lags Ambassador Prize to be delivered at HostMilano 2017

MILAN – As already announced, WLAG PRIZE has been established for the world's largest Certification and Promoter Point, wh...

Uganda’s first-ever coffee auction to take place in January 2018

KAMPALA, Uganda – Uganda Coffee Development Authority in partnership with the African Fine Coffees Association will provid...

7-Eleven launches new single-origin certified Colombian coffee

IRVING, Texas, U.S. – After introducing two Rainforest Alliance Certified™ coffees in six months, 7-Eleven, Inc. is making its biggest product commitment to sustainability with the switch to a new Rainforest Alliance Certified single-origin Colombian coffee. Introduced in June, the new brew will replace the Colombian coffee now offered ...

Costa Rican coffee fetches record price at Cup of Excellence auction

SAN JOSÉ, Costa Rica – Coffee from Finca don Antonio, in Copey de Dota which is cultivated at between 1,800 to 2,200 meters above sea level, reached a record price in the electronic auction organized by contest Taza de la Excelencia (Cup of Excellence), organization headquartered in Portland Oregon ...