These are all the posts that have been tagged with Environment.
The 120th Session of the International Coffee Council has been moved from Abidjan to Yamoussoukro, Côte d’Ivoire, from 25 to 29 September 2017.
As growing numbers of people in Central and Eastern Europe welcome the Western coffee shop culture, the number of coffee chains across the region continues to expand.
The Rainforest Alliance and UTZ, two of the world’s leading sustainability certification organisations, have announced their intention to merge later this year.
Nespresso has launched its first Creating Shared Value report based on the Global Reporting Initiative framework.
Artisan coffee roaster Caffe Luxxe opened its newest café in Malibu, California on 26th April at 22333 Pacific Coast Highway.
With a nod to its diverse and growing coffee scene, Allegro Coffee Company chose Chicago, Illinois, as the newest market for its Allegro Coffee Roasters Craft Coffee Shop and Roastery.
Starbucks Coffee Company announced its newest Roastery location will be in Piazza Cordusio in Milan, Italy.
The first of this two-part series examines new categories of added value associated with specialty coffee, particularly specialty coffee sourced directly from individual farms in small lots through a transparent and traceable model.
Peet’s Coffee has launched People & Planet, a new initiative featuring curated coffees that highlight the brand’s decades long heritage of caring for farmer communities at origin and for the environment.
Increasingly, companies are aiming to be more environmentally friendly, and one measurable mean toward that end is establishing operations that send zero waste to landfills.
Mars Drinks – a workplace-oriented division of Mars, Inc. – is introducing the Mars Drinks Aroma, a compact single-serve brewer for small workspaces that is also more sustainable than previous models.
Many may feel that the topic of climate change has been discussed ad nauseam.
But the conversation needs to continue because the impact of climate change on both tea and coffee plantations is real. Both industries need to explore strategies to combat the effects of climate change. These strategies include product diversification, agroforestry and better farming practices.
Deep Valley Coffee has launched the first-ever comprehensive retail line of biodynamic coffee currently distributed to more than 100 stores across the United States.
To better serve East Coast and Midwest customers, Brea, California-based PBFY has announced it is opening a new flexible packaging manufacturing and shipping site in Portland, Tennessee this month.