In return for financial support that represents a tiny fraction of profits, large corporations are receiving “endorsements” in the form of product badges promoting health benefits or sustainability efforts — despite the fact that many of these corporations have rotten sustainability records.
Merger of two mega coffee companies could mean a huge percentage of the world’s coffee will be controlled by only two companies.
5.1% of world coffee production is 4C certified, the weakest, lowest-bar standard available.
Is it Groundhog Day? Another tired sustainability report from the owner of Folgers.
A corporate sustainability report from Nestlé that is overwhelming in scope and underwhelming in true sustainability efforts for coffee.
JM Smucker’s 2013 Corporate Sustainability Report offers nothing new on their coffee plans.
McDonald’s to promote their coffee sustainability efforts.
McDonald’s buys more eco-certified coffee and has a stronger commitment to coffee sustainability than most big coffee companies.
In their latest corporate responsibility report, Nestlé has made it clear they are not interested in third-party coffee certifications, and that their way is better. Whatever that is.
Brands owned: Hills Brothers, MJB, Chock full o’Nuts, and Chase and Sanborn. No transparency, little in the way of eco-friendly coffees despite enormous market share.
A compilation of all the posts I have done on major coffee brands, retailers, coffee shops, and fast food coffee…so far.
Dunkin Donuts still has no eco-friendly certified coffee, but has continued greenwashing.
JM Smuckers, owner of Folgers and other grocery and convenience coffee brands, has a lousy sustainability record. Here’s an update on shareholder pressure to get with the program.
Shareholders will again propose that Smucker’s develop a coffee sustainability plan JM Smucker Co., owner of coffee brands including Folgers, Millstone, Kava, and Café Bustelo, is the fourth largest buyer […]
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