Sustainability has to be at the heart of every business. Helping the environment and sustainability should be at the forefront in all peoples mind.

One of the most widely traded commodities in the world and a crucial export crop for many nations is coffee. The beans we purchase from farmers all around the world go into some of our most recognisable brands, such as Nescafé and Nespresso, and each day they make millions of customers happy.

Smallholders are an essential component of our global supply chain because we acquire the majority of our coffee from them. The supply chain itself is spread across more than 20 nations, with each location having its own set of challenges and dangers.

Although there is a growing demand for coffee worldwide, other crops are vying for the same limited amount of fertile ground. This indicates that farmers in coffee-growing countries around the world confront numerous difficulties, including profitability, hazards to human rights, and the effects of climate change.

Nestlé is trying to make every cup of green coffee more sustainable by continuously enhancing our green coffee supply chain.

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