These are all the posts that have been tagged with Sustainability.
This week I attended the inaugural World Coffee Producers Forum in Medellín, Colombia. The conference, which took place 10-12 July, was conceived by coffee associations and organisations from producing countries around the world and organised and hosted by the Colombian Coffee Growers Federation (FNC).
The First World Coffee Producers Forum was held in the city of Medellín, Colombia, 10-12 July.
The Colombian Coffee Growers Federation (FNC) announced that President Bill Clinton, will address the World Coffee Producers Forum, which will be held in Medellin, Colombia, 10-12 July.
More roasters pop up every year to sell coffee with claims of environmental and/or social ethicism.
I choose events to attend by organisation, content offered and participants—not by location. But I must admit, the Specialty Coffee Association’s (SCA) selected city for its World of Coffee 2017, has long been on my “travel bucket list.”
The SCA World of Coffee (WOC) is taking place in Budapest at Hungexpo Fair Center from 13-15 June.
The Rainforest Alliance and UTZ, two of the world’s leading sustainability certification organisations, have announced their intention to merge later this year.
Olam has upgraded its Olam Farmer Information System (OFIS) giving 100,000 smallholder farmers a ‘one-stop tech platform’ for improved yield, traceability and financial access — at their fingertips.
The Lavazza Group has purchased a significant equity stake in Kicking Horse Coffee, Ltd, a leading Canadian organic and fair-trade coffee player.
Nespresso has launched its first Creating Shared Value report based on the Global Reporting Initiative framework.
Mercon Coffee Group will now export Robusta coffee from Nicaragua.
S&D Coffee & Tea continues its commitment to the specialty coffee industry by serving as the sole sponsor for the Re:co Fellowship program for the third consecutive year.
Part one of this series, Adding Value to the Supply Chain (March), discussed value migration in coffee towards traceable products linked to a single producer or facility. This direct connection with the source is made possible through education, travel and branding individual farms and mills.
High Brew Coffee, a ready-to-drink cold-brew coffee product, announced three major initiatives during Expo West in Anaheim, California (9-12 March).
Costa Coffee opened its new roastery in March signaling a major milestone in the business’ expansion to meet the company’s growing global demand.