The partnership between Olam Coffee, part of Olam Food Ingredients, and the Rainforest Alliance in Mexico is part of the Alliance for Sustainable Landscapes and Markets, funded by USAID, which is working to conserve biodiversity and provide sustainable farmer livelihoods in the biological corridor of the La Frailescana region of Chiapas.
Nestlé is intensifying its actions to make 100% of its packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025 and to reduce its use of virgin plastics by one-third in the same period.
UK, Leeds-based digital agency Engage has collaborated with tea and coffee company Taylors of Harrogate to develop an online content hub showcasing its work in sustainability.
Starbucks is collaborating with eight other global companies to launch Microsoft’s Transform to Net Zero initiative.
#ONEMAKESTHEDIFFERENCE is a new initiative part of illycaffé’s global sustainability plan that will reportedly lead the company to becoming carbon neutral by 2033.
ADM has joined almost one hundred fragrance and flavour companies in signing an ambitious new Sustainability Charter seeking to improve sustainability across the two industries.
The award searches for ground-breaking scientific research that can deliver transformational impacts within global agriculture; winners will be supplied with a $75,000 grant to support development and implementation.
The new programme consists of the Sustainable Agriculture Standard with requirements for farms and supply chains, along with a new assurance system and a suite of tools to measure progress towards sustainability objectives.
A new Populus poll, commissioned by Nature 2030, has revealed that people in the UK will support an ‘all-in’ deposit return scheme model with a variable deposit.
Nestlé will co-fund breakthrough research at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland, as part of a joint initiative with SIG, Logitech and other partners, to tackle environmental challenges associated with plastic waste.
A new study has revealed that the world’s first recyclable coffee cup made from recycled paper, the British-made Frugal Cup, has a carbon footprint up to 60% lower and a water footprint up to 74% lower than conventional and compostable cups.
The British Coffee Association (BCA) has announced Paul Rooke as the organisation’s new executive director.
Smile Coffee Werks has unveiled its first-of-their-kind compostable coffee pods made from renewable raw materials with over a 12 month shelf life.
The Colombian Coffee Growers Federation (FNC) has pledged to contribute 240,000 trees to the Colombian government’s national reforestation goal of 180 million during a four year period.