IDH Farmfit Fund has announced the close of a credit facility of up to USD $1,000,000 to support ACOM’s unique financing programme, which provides growth opportunities for smallholder coffee farmers across Vietnam.
Under the framework of the National Coffee Action Plan, leading actors in the coffee value chain have come together to support a living income benchmark study in Peru with the Anker Research Institute.
A new partnership between the International Coffee Organization and IDH – the Sustainable Trade Initiative has been formed to lay the groundwork for living and prosperous incomes for coffee farmers.
The intensifying impacts of climate change pose a serious risk to global agricultural production and directly threaten the livelihoods of millions of Fairtrade farmers, a new study has revealed.
A new research report has examined aspects of sustainability related to food and assessed how these issues affect consumer purchase behaviour. One of the findings is that consumers across all demographics are more concerned now about a farmer’s ability to make a living and support their family.
Bellwether Coffee, Heifer International and Sustainable Harvest have partnered to create a farmer-centric “Verified Living Income” pricing model.
Amal Yemen will bring together industry experts, specialists & artists from around the world to celebrate Yemen’s storied coffee industry and support long-term economic recovery of the war-torn country.
Lavazza is reaffirming its commitment to sustainable production and coffee farmer welfare with the relaunch of its premium range of sustainable, quality blends for coffee professionals.
The funds have been earmarked for the rehabilitation of roads in 11 coffee-growing communities in Nicaragua and Honduras.
Dunkin’ has shared some of the latest ways it is continuing its commitment to coffee sustainability in 2021, furthering ongoing efforts to make a meaningful difference in the lives and livelihoods of coffee farmers and producers.
El Diamante is the specialty coffee of the month presented by the florentine coffee roaster, a unique variety processed in the farm of Fernández Morera family with an anaerobic fermentation process.