The report recognizes that, Nestlé has a cohesive and comprehensive coffee sustainability strategy and that its policies, objectives and actions incorporate social, environmental, and economic dimensions of coffee production. It also acknowledges Nestlé’s dedicated investments to support its work.
David Rennie, Nestlé’s head of coffee brands, said, “This is recognition for our long-term commitment to coffee sustainability. Through our flagship programs, the Nescafé Plan and the Nespresso AAA Sustainable Quality program, we are working every day with coffee farmers to help ensure that the farming and production of coffee is sustainable and socially and economically inclusive. We are committed to continuously progress and bring new approaches to sustainable coffee farming.”
The 2023 Coffee Brew Index is supported by Solidaridad and Conservation International and is coordinated by Ethos Agriculture. It has been published for the first time in the Coffee Barometer’s biennial report and analyzes the sustainability strategy of the world’s top 11 roasters.