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U.S. first 100% renewable biogas-powered roastery announced in Vermont

MIDDLEBURY, Vt., U.S. — Vermont Coffee Company is the first U.S. coffee roaster to use 100% renewable biogas to roast its ...

World Cocoa Foundation joins the Tropical Forest Alliance community

WCF is pleased to join the Tropical Forest Alliance (TFA2020) community. TFA2020 is a global umbrella partnership that inc...

Scientists’ new way to identify microscopic worm attacking coffee crops

The plants which produce one of the most popular drinks in the world, coffee, are targeted by a microscopic worm, but scie...

Colombian Federation receives important awards from the coffee industry

BOGOTÁ, Colombia — In recent weeks, the Colombian Coffee Growers Federation (FNC) has received important sustainability an...

James Cropper gets first load of coffee cups for recycling programme

Paper products manufacturer James Cropper has received the first load of coffee cups from a materials recycling facility i...

Mondi’s renewable packaging material helps Paulig lower carbon footprint

Climate change is harming our planet’s fragile ecosystems, driving the movement for drastic cuts to carbon emissions at a ...

Spilling the beans: Peru’s coffee value chain in a changing climate

Climate change will affect Peru ’s northeastern coffee region across all links in the crop’s value chain, though primary p...

The Sustainable Coffee Challenge partners with Massimo Zanetti Beverage

ARLINGTON, Va., U.S. – The Sustainable Coffee Challenge today welcomed new partner Massimo Zanetti Beverage Co. The Sustai...

UK’s organic and natural coffee scrub brand “Scrub Love” is also vegan-friendly

DUBAI, UAE — Known for its organic, fairtrade, Rainforest-Alliance Approved and ethically sourced coffee, UK's renowned bo...

Brazil. November. Collective Action. Save the Date for #GCSC2018

One of the most important coffee events of the year, the Global Coffee Sustainability Conference will take place this year...