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Löfbergs has received the Hallbars Sustainability Report Awards for Sweden

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KARLSTAD, Sweden – Löfbergs group shares its sustainability successes and challenges in its sustainability report. The family-owned coffee roaster is now being awarded the Hallbars Sustainability Report Awards for its latest report. As a national winner, Löfbergs will be representing Sweden in the international final.

“Löfbergs is well-known internationally for its long-term sustainability work and the awarded report is really worth reading,” says Pelle Agorelius, one of the initiators of the award and CEO of Hallbars Awards.

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Hallbars is an international organization aiming to get more people to discover the value of reading sustainability reports. Hallbars Sustainability Report Awards brings out great examples with the purpose of inspiring and motivating others to increase their commitment to sustainability. National winners in different categories will ultimately compete against each other in an international final.

Löfbergs is up against Lavazza (Italy), JDE (the Netherlands) and Tata Coffee (India) for the international title in the coffee category. The winner will be presented on 21 October at Alfred Nobel House in Karlskoga, Sweden. The event can also be seen live online.

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he coffee roaster Löfbergs is a Swedish Family Business founded in 1906. We are 350 coffee lovers operating in Northern Europe and Canada, sharing the passion for taste, trends and sustainability. We have a turnover of SEK 1.9 billion and is one of the world’s largest purchasers of organic and Fairtrade-labeled coffee. The Löfbergs group also includes the brands Green Cup, Kobbs, Percol, Peter Larsen Kaffe and SuperBonobo.

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