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Coffee growers in the Cerrado Mineiro are the first in the world to receive a low carbon label

CERRADO MINEIRO, Brazil - In yet another unprecedented milestone for Brazilian and global coffee farming, 20 farms associated with the Cerrado Coffee Growers Cooperative...

Change is brewing for sustainable EU coffee from Honduras and Guatemala

ROME, Italy – The cultivation of coffee is a cornerstone of agricultural livelihoods in Honduras and Guatemala, driving economic growth and poverty alleviation in...

Nescafé Canada champions the 80-degree boil for a perfect cup of coffee and sustainable impact in new cinematic work

TORONTO, Ontario, Canada – With a new campaign led by AOR Courage Inc., Nescafé is encouraging its consumers to make their daily cup of...

Australian University trials world-first coffee concrete footpath

MELBOURNE, Australia – Freshly brewed coffee concrete may be coming to a street near you after RMIT University in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, teamed up...

GCP recognizes 3 new sustainability schemes as equivalent to the Coffee Sustainability Reference Code

BONN, Germany - Three sustainability schemes have been added to the growing list of schemes recognized by the Global Coffee Platform (GCP) as equivalent...

Descamex and its commitment to sustainability: “The problem is that we can’t wait any more”

MILAN - Descamex is a company founded in 1980 by Mister Domingo Muguira and it's the first decaffeination plant in Latin America, perfecting the...

Uganda takes action to comply with EUDR requirements

KAMPALA, Uganda – The Government of Uganda is committed to register all coffee farmers and have the National Traceability System in place so as...

Probat publishes first sustainability report for the year 2022

EMMERICH, Germany - Ecologically compatible, socially fair and economically efficient: these are the overarching goals of the sustainability strategy of Probat, the global market...

Global platform for coffee industry players to transform 40 million tons of biowaste into business

GENEVA, Switzerland – The global coffee industry generates nearly 40 million tons of biowaste each year – that’s about seven times the weight of...

The new sustainability report of Löfbergs: “Climate change is the greatest challenge of our time”

KARLSTAD, Sweden - The world of Löfbergs revolves around coffee. The great taste of course, but also the genuine interest and the knowledge that...

IFC, Absa to provide a US$60 million finance facility to Volcafe to support thousands of coffee farmers in East Africa

NAIROBI, Kenya – IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, and Absa Group Limited, a South African-based bank, will provide an up to...

Nescafé Plan 2030 Progress Report shows increased uptake on regenerative agriculture

VEVEY, Switzerland – Nescafé, Nestlé's largest coffee brand, publishes today its second Nescafé Plan 2030 Progress Report. The report shows the increased adoption of...

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