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Our Partners

Each of us has a role to play in making coffee sustainable. We invite actors from across the sector to join us at the table.

"Costa Rica has for long been a pioneer in sustainability, and coffee production is no exception. The Costa Rica Coffee Institute (ICAFE), founded in 1933, not only regulates and encourages all the coffee activities, but is also a source of...

“The Sustainable Coffee Challenge provides an unprecedented opportunity to join with others, share what we’re learning and ensure all coffee is sustainably sourced worldwide. Starbucks is not only proud to be a founding member of the Challenge but is also... More about Starbucks' commitment >

“Coffee is a critically important commercial crop in Rwanda. It plays a major role in the economy of the country, contributing significantly to foreign exchange earnings and to the monetisation of the rural economy. More than 355,000 small holder farm... More about NAEB's commitment >

"For 30 years Nespresso has been continuously innovating to deliver the highest quality coffee experiences to consumers worldwide and continuously learning how to integrate sustainability into its activities. The challenge is a great opportunity to collaborate with other stakeholders of... More about Nespresso's commitment >

“As a company that has been involved with a number of coffee industry initiatives over the years, we're very excited at the prospect of creating a common framework for defining and measuring sustainable coffee to help connect industry efforts. I...

"At Efico, we highly appreciate and support the movement – the Sustainable Coffee Challenge – that Conservation International is leading towards a more sustainable coffee future. We aim to differentiate in our business through innovation, taking on challenges, sharing our... More about EFICO's commitment >

“The Bank is constantly exploring innovative ways of partnering with key stakeholders focused on improving the living conditions and resilience of smallholders across Latin America and the Caribbean. Demand-driven efforts such as the Sustainable Coffee Challenge can certainly complement our...

"Meeting the challenge to make coffee the world’s first sustainable agricultural product, requires solid implementation partners. Ecom can provide the means to accelerate and scale up viable and sustainable coffee production around the world." Sue Garnett, Director of Sustainability for...

“We are excited to join forces with other industry leaders to support Conservation International’s Sustainable Coffee Challenge. We are on a journey to serve all of our customers responsibly sourced, high quality coffee from verified sources by 2020. Our size... More about McDonalds' commitment >