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Coffee experts call for better collaboration on carbon-neutral coffee

BANGKOK, Thailand – The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Green Invest Asia project and Global Coffee Platform convened experts for an April...

4C announces the publication of its first Approach & Impact Report

KÖLN, Germany — 4C announces the publication of its first Approach & Impact Report. This report showcases 4C’s development since its transition from verification...

Measuring, reducing and offsetting emissions in coffee supply chains with the new 4C Carbon Footprint Add-On

COLOGNE, Germany – The consumer demand for sustainably sourced coffee and transparent and reliable information about its carbon footprint is growing steadily. The coffee...

4C partners with Melitta to foster sustainability in the Colombian coffee chain

COLOGNE, Germany – 4C Services and Melitta Europa GmbH & Co. KG – Division Coffee – are proud to announce the start of a...

Ajinomoto AGF introduces 4C certification logo into its stick coffee packaging

TOKYO, Japan – As a part of its commitment to the procurement of sustainable coffee beans, Ajinomoto AGF, Inc (“AGF”) is pleased to announce...

4C sees increasing interest of coffee producers in sustainable certification

KÖLN, Germany –  4C is looking ahead to the year 2019 of being another year of change, continuing the path of further improving its...

4C participated at International Coffee Week in Brazil on Nov 7 – 9, 2018

BELO HORIZONTE, Brazil — Gustavo Bacchi – Managing Director of 4C Services and Michael von Luehrte, Member of the 4C Advisory Board participated in...

Vietnam promotes sustainable coffee production to improve incomes

DAK LAK, Vietnam – Coffee growers in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak have applied internationally-recognised programmes on sustainable coffee production to raise their incomes, according to the provincial Department of Agriculture and Rural Development.

Vietnam needs to replant 160,000 ha of coffee

Vietnam’s coffee farming sector will have to replant 140,000 to 160,000 hectares of aging trees in the coming years, said the Department of Crop...

Dak Lak targets sustainable coffee production

According to the provincial People’s Committee, local farming households and businesses have produced coffee certified by various organisations, including the UTZ good quality agricultural...

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