When we produce our coffee, we want to promote human well-being and contribute to society's prosperity and development. Our certifications ensures that we meet all the stringent environmental targets.
More and more coffee products on the market have different certifications. To clarify what the labels stand for and what they include, we have written a small guide after having an external party go through the criteria and background to the most common labels . Read more about labels and see our certification guide.
Create a world where sustainable farming is the norm. Including good agricultural practices, profitable farm management with respect for people and planet; industry investment in sustainable production.
Connect disadvantaged producers and consumers, promote fairer trading conditions, and empower producers to combat poverty, strengthen their position and take more control over their lives.
To conserve biodiversity and ensure sustainable livelihoods by transforming land-use practices, business practices and consumer behavior.
Every cup of coffee you drink contributes to the planting of new trees in coffee growing countries.
For several years, Arvid Nordquist has had a deep and long-term involvement in the coffee farm La Cumplida, in Nicaragua. Focus is on running the farm environmental friendly, and improving employees' social conditions.
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