Introducing the Tea & Coffee Global Supplier Awards

Tea & Coffee Global Supplier Awards

Taking place at the Tea & Coffee World Conference 2019, the inaugural Tea & Coffee Global Supplier Awards will celebrate and reward excellence within the tea and coffee industry. Does your company have what it takes?

There will be two awards presented:
Best Tea Supplier
Best Coffee Supplier

Why enter?

Raise your company profile
Public recognition of your success
Get an edge over the competition
Free PR in industry newsletters and publications

How it works – voting by the industry, for the industry

Each supplier is allowed to nominate a maximum of one tea or coffee supplier into the awards. Suppliers have until 30 June 2019 to make the nomination along with a 200-word description on why their entry is a deserving winner.

Please send your entries to miranda@bellpublishing.com

After this deadline, people within the industry will have the opportunity to vote for their preferred supplier, via the Tea & Coffee World Conference website. This means the Global Supplier Awards are truly independent, and voted for by their industry colleagues and peers.

To ensure neutrality, only one vote, per person is allowed. Multiple votes from one person or excessive votes from one company (50+) will be discounted.

Voting for the Awards will open on 5 July, and the Best Tea Supplier and Best Coffee Supplier will be announced at the conference in Hong Kong.

Good luck!

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2 responses to “Introducing the Tea & Coffee Global Supplier Awards”

  1. Caravela Coffee stands out for being a specialty green coffee exporter and importer that responsibly sources coffee from 4,000 coffee producers across eight countries in Latin America, the majority of which are small-holder farmers. Since the beginning, we decided to be a different kind of green coffee merchant, one that facilitates relationships between small-scale producers and coffee roasters, based on the principles of transparency and traceability. In our partnerships with both producers and roasters, there are no barriers to information access, and we respect as equal business partners the people who produce the crop we trade. The technical assistance provided by our PECA educators, our Siembra y Cosecha program, farmer field schools, and our virtual classrooms in remote coffee communities are examples of ways that we generate impact at origin countries and provide resources that coffee producers can use to improve the quality of their coffee, the productivity and efficiency of their farms, and ultimately their livelihoods. In our model, we are committed to fostering economic empowerment by promoting quality coffee and rewarding farmers for it with higher prices and personal recognition.

    • Katherine Skeates says:

      Hi there, thanks for your entry! I have passed your details on to the awards organisers who will be in touch.

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