Join us on January 28 to learn how Roasters and Retailers are boldly and transparently advancing sustainability through participating in the next round of GCP’s Collective Reporting on Sustainable Coffee Purchases.
In this meeting we will look at how leading Roasters and Retailers across the world are working pre-competitively to transparently report on their sustainable coffee purchases. This unique collective reporting is helping companies deliver against the UN Sustainable Development Goals including farmer prosperity, improved livelihoods and preserving nature.
“New solutions are needed if we want smallholder farmers to produce sustainable coffee. I encourage smallholders to find certification schemes that suit them best and for larger companies to support smallholders in producing sustainable coffee”.
AMAN ADINEW – Metad
“We see this report as a way of generating a common language for the sector and the report is part of dialogue within the sector and a way to create community. Reporting like this can play a positive role in demonstrating due diligence for companies like Nestlé and other roasters, especially considering the upcoming EU regulations on due diligence.”
MARCELO BURITY – Nestlé
“Sustainable coffee creates a positive cycle of productivity and long-term benefits for future generations. Growers can only benefit from sustainable coffee”.
RAFAEL FURTADO – Coomap/Brazilian Coffee Producers Council (CNC)
“The Roaster & Retailer Reporting is an excellent opportunity for us, and others, to provide transparency. Based on this transparency, we can have a deeper dialogue about joint interests and action for sustainable development. Melitta is looking forward to participating in the next round of the reporting and I invite others to participate because it’s an excellent opportunity!”
STEFAN DIERKS – Melitta