Italian coffee processing and packaging manufacturer IMA Coffee is committed to improving the sustainability of its equipment, its customers, and even the materials running through its machines.
Why the HuskeeSwap program is an important step for the coffee community in helping transition from a single-use world, and why it’s set to become the norm in Australian cafés.
Compost Connect is an online platform that provides cafés, businesses, and all Australians with easy solutions for their food and packaging waste.
Barista Technology Australia is lowering the entry bar to café ownership with an end-to-end shipping container café solution. Read more
Coffee Tools Distributing has launched a collapsible reusable cup that ticks all the boxes for a sustainable and practical product that can be taken anywhere on-the-go. Read more
The Australian designed Sttoke reusable cup is made for a community and industry that values quality, performance, and aesthetics when it comes to their coffee and reducing waste. Read more
Happy Happy Foods discusses what it means to be a climate responsible company, and how it’s committed to providing customers with the knowledge and tools to make the best decisions to address the global warming problem of our generation. Read more
Grinders Coffee is making coffee at home more sustainable with a range of Nespresso compatible, compostable capsules launched across Australia. Read more
Wolff Coffee Roasters has revitalised its Farmer in Residency program thanks to a visit from long-term producing partner Terry Shelley of Nowek Farms in Papua New Guinea. Read more
Veneziano Coffee Roasters on adapting to consumer trends, the rise of coffee subscriptions and what it means for the café experience.