In its seventh annual Fiscal 2007 Corporate Social Responsibility Annual Report, the Starbucks Coffee Company has once again confirmed its pledge to continue supporting ethical sourcing of sustainable coffee while supporting coffee farmers, their communities and environment.
Britain’s Costa Coffee have announced plans to convert its entire coffee bean supply to sustainably grown beans sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms by 2010. The Rainforest Alliance is an independent, international non-profit NGO that works to conserve biodiversity and ensure sustainable livelihoods by transforming land-use practices, business practices and consumer behaviour.
To celebrate thirty years of roasting and serving up the south’s premier coffee, PJ’s Coffee of New Orleans, has announced its second annual Free Granita Day! Customers visiting their local participating PJ’s on Saturday, 21 June 2008, which is also midsummers day, will benefit from one, free twelve ounce Traditional Granita.
According to a recent investigative report released by the World Wildlife Fund – WWF, coffee lovers around the world may unwittingly be drinking coffee that has been illegally grown inside one of the world’s most important national parks.
Caribou Coffee have introduced a new dark roast gourmet coffee called Obsidian Dark Roast Blend, which is unlike anything gourmet coffee drinkers have tasted before. What makes Obsidian Dark Roast Blend different is its remarkably smooth flavor and finish.
Few people would travel from Colombia to London by way of Vermont, but a select few coffee beans made that journey and were rewarded with gold.
Colombian Supremo Popayan from Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. recently won a gold prize in the Great Taste Awards held by the Guild of Fine Food Retailers in the United Kingdom. The award was given during the Specialty Fine Food Show in London earlier this month.