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Eight of the world’s largest coffee companies have donated $1.5 million to the GCP 2.0 sustainability initiative


The recently launched GCP 2.0 Sustainability Initiative attracts support from the global coffee industry. In which, eight leading coffee companies in the world sponsored 1.5 million USD for the initial funding round. What is the significance and value of this initiative for the industry as a whole? Which big companies have invested heavily in big projects? Let’s find out with 43 Factory Coffee Roaster now!


GCP 2.0 with a vision of a prosperous and sustainable coffee industry


GCP, an NGO that grew out of the 4C Consortium through a restructuring in 2016 and maintains a grassroots sustainability reference code , includes some of the world’s largest coffee roasters and trading companies in the world. number of its members.

The GCP 2.0 Sustainability Initiatives evolve towards the new GCP 2030 goal of transformative change for the well-being of more than one million farmers in more than 10 countries by 2030. based on identified and prioritized issues at coffee origin that have a serious impact on coffee farmers. In these initiatives, companies and organizations work together to make a sustainable impact at the coffee origin and at the farm level. GCP Members share a vision of a prosperous and sustainable coffee industry for generations to come. That future depends on achieving sustainable prosperity for farmers, improved welfare for all members of the coffee chain, and sustainable coffee production systems compatible with the conservation of nature. According to the GCP, the GCP 2.0 Sustainability Initiative will strive to put farmers at the heart of the Global Coffee Forum and call for locally focused collective actions in coffee-producing countries in partnership with stakeholders.

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GCP 2.0 is a large-scale initiative with the same communication scale as the number and scale of partners expanding throughout the world coffee industry. GCP will coordinate the entire initiative from start to finish through regular exchange and connection of related individuals and partners. Participating individuals and organizations will have the opportunity to exchange, learn and cooperate to improve professional knowledge, relationships and ability to expand activities, increase competitiveness. In addition, GCP Initiative partners will increasingly be recognized as innovators and sustainable leaders providing opportunities to enhance their own personal and organizational brand reputation.


Eight coffee companies sponsored $1.5 million for GCP 2.0


Although labor conditions, water efficiency, agrochemicals have different responsibilities, each coffee-producing country faces its own challenges and with different priorities. To solve challenges and develop strongly, individuals, organizations and businesses need to cooperate, invest and support through initiatives and sustainable activities. According to GCP Board President – Carlos Brando, collaboration is critical to generating the right level of investment and change. No company can function effectively on its own. Collective action is essential to not only ensure compliance but also drive measurable sustainability at scale. Thanks to the appeal and potential value for coffee farmers, the community, and the environment, the GCP 2.0 Sustainability Initiative has officially kicked off with the response of members, production and business enterprises. worldwide coffee. In particular, eight companies in the list of the world’s largest coffee companies have invested in the project with a total budget of up to 1.5 million USD. The companies behind the $1.5 million investment are JDE Peet’s, Melitta Group, Mother Parkers’ Coffee & Tea, Nescafé, Nespresso, Ofi (formerly Olam Food Ingredients), Rabobank and Westrock Coffee Company, respectively. 

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In it, GCP CEO Annette Pensel said, “This co-funding is important, catalyzing the transformational change around living income, climate resilience and inclusiveness. sustainability for more than one million coffee farmers around the world.

With this starting figure, GCP has demonstrated that collective action can change the future of supply chains. When GCP member companies work with NGOs and government partners, they not only ensure initiatives work, but also promote sustainability that can be measured at scale. big. In addition, investments in sustainability projects have shown great opportunities for a thriving, sustainable coffee industry. Together towards a bright and fair coffee industry by supporting sustainable coffee production, ensuring livelihoods for farmers of XLIII Coffee – A specialty coffee supplier developed from the forerunner 43 Factory Coffee Roaster!

source: GCP

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