Nestlé has pledged to increase its sustainability efforts in relation to the Nescafé brand, with just one of the goals being to make Nescafé coffee 100% responsibly sourced by 2025.
About the Tea & Coffee World Cup
Tea & Coffee World Cup brings together the entirety of the industry – from bean and leaf to cup, held virtually for 2021.
The one-day live event, with additional exposure for one month, 24/7 on-demand access, assembles delegates and suppliers from across the world and the entire industry, maximising the channels of communication between key decision makers and innovators from the international tea and coffee industries and whole supply chain. Providing access to the latest in efficient, sustainable and innovative technology, systems and products.
The Government of Canada has committed to banning single-use plastics and is encouraging innovators to develop alternatives, starting with granting a $1 million investment to NEXE Innovations.
According to the International Coffee Organisation’s latest report, prices for Arabica group indicators grew in December 2020, with the largest increase occurring for Brazilian Naturals.
The results from the Canada-based company’s tests meet key requirements for certification as compostable in both North American and European markets.
Flavorchem’s full report details how industry trends and consumer insights will influence flavours next year.
The Dietary Guidelines for Americans released on 29 December 2020 reaffirm that coffee can be part of healthy diets.