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Stora Enso explores recycling of coffee cups for magazine paper production

HELSINKI, Finland — Stora Enso a leading provider of renewable solutions in packaging, biomaterials, wooden constructions ...

Nestlé verifies three quarters of its agricultural supply chain as deforestation-free

VEVEY, Switzerland – Nestlé has announced that 77% of its agricultural commodities are verified as deforestation-free. Thi...

LondonEnergy offers Camden Council a coffee cup recycling solution

LONDON, UK — Today saw the launch of LondonEnergy's #MochaDifference campaign in Camden Council's St Pancras offices, home...

Club Coffee expands compostable innovations for its single serve pods

TORONTO, Canada — Club Coffee, the leader in plant-based, compostable single serve coffee pods, today announced it will in...

Starbucks introduces reusable cups made from polypropylene in its Thai stores

MILAN – In a bid to reduce its environmental footprint and positively impact the communities it serves, Starbucks launched...

Vietnam: Diversified farming holds key to climate-smart coffee, says research

UTRECHT, The Netherlands — Coffee farmers in Vietnam, the second biggest producer of coffee in the world, can reduce their...

Stringbean Coffee Company launches reusable mug campaign this Earth Day

ST. LOUIS, MO, U.S. — Stringbean Coffee Company introduced a reusable mug today in connection with a new sustainability in...

English town of Shrewsbury leads the way against tide of coffee cup waste

SHREWSBURY, UK – The first town-wide deposit return scheme for coffee cups in the UK has been launched in Shrewsbury (Shro...

Java Mountain Coffee partners with Alila Bali to brew a better future

BALI, Indonesia —  Java Mountain Coffee is announcing a new partnership with Alila Seminyak and Alila Villas Uluwatu in Ba...

Uk scientists test drone technology to save coffee plants from rust disease

MILAN – Drone technology could help prevent the spread of the coffee rust, one of the most devastating fungal diseases for...