TORONTO, Canada — November 6, the Coffee Association of Canada arrange their annual conference in Toronto. This year the theme is “Craft of Coffee”. Kathrine Löfberg, chair at the Swedish coffee roaster Löfbergs is specially invited to speak about Löfbergs and the passion for good, sustainable coffee.
The Coffee Association of Canada is a non-profit trade organization. Members include coffee roasters, retailers, importers and suppliers, as well as related associations.
Family-owned coffee roaster with focus on sustainability
Löfbergs is a Swedish family-owned coffee roaster that was founded in 1906. The company focuses on sustainability and is one of the largest buyers of organic and Fairtrade certified coffee in the world.
Löfbergs operates on some ten markets in Europe today. In 2017, Löfbergs took a first step into the North American market when the company established in Canada. Löfbergs is working the grocery retail trade and the Out of Home market with Toronto as a base.