Starbucks is moving away from its iconic white paper and clear plastic cups, introducing borrow-a-cup programs, and allowing customers to use their own re-usable cups. Read More
From its founding in 1983 to 2017, Bonsoy had been using 100 per cent certified organic soybeans, but with the brand’s popularity and demand increasing, the brand says it had “challenges with Mother Nature” for the past four years. Read More
Coffee machine manufacturer Simonelli Group has been listed as one of Italy’s top 100 most sustainable companies, as part of the country’s annual Sustainability Awards. Read More
According to the Rainforest Alliance, Australian consumers’ purchasing behaviours and buying habits around coffee have positively changed with more consumers continuing to educate themselves on the importance of buying and sourcing coffee sustainably. Read More
Ninna Larsen of social enterprise initiative Reground has become a finalist in the Woman in Waste category for the 2021 Waste Innovation and Recycling Awards. Read More
The VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland has successfully used cellular agriculture to create coffee cells in a bioreactor. Read More
Australian coffee wholesaler St Remio has released its first sustainably sourced Organic product range that is compatible with the Aldi Expressi coffee machine. Read More
KeepCup co-founder and Order of Australia Medal recipient Abigail Forsyth discusses the ebb and flow of sustainable progress and the reuse movement in the coffee market.
Happy Happy Foods is labelling the carbon score of its products on their packaging so customers can count carbon emissions as easily as they would count calories.