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Starbucks maak sy eerste winkel in San Jose oop

Starbucks brei in Latyns -Amerika uit met die opening van sy eerste koffiehuis in Costa Rica en sy eerste Boer Support Center in Colombia.

Die plek in San Jose, Costa Rica, bedien die volledige spyskaart van Starbucks, insluitend warm en koue espresso, Frappuccino -gemengde drankies, gebroude koffie, Tazo -tee en kos.

Met 560 Starbucks -plekke in Latyns -Amerika, gaan die nuwe winkel voort met die uitbreiding van Starbucks na Sentraal -Amerika. Starbucks beplan ook om teen 2015 meer as 300 nuwe winkels in Argentinië en Mexiko te open.

Starbucks het ook sy eerste boerondersteuningsentrum geopen in Manizales, Colombia, waar kundiges saam met die koffieboere van Colombia hul kundigheid sal aanbied en hulle sal toerus met die nodige gereedskap en inligting om hul koffieverbouingspraktyke te verbeter om die robuustheid van hul koffie te handhaaf. plase.

'As 'n koffiemaatskappy verkry ons die meerderheid van ons koffie uit Latyns -Amerika. Ons is toegewyd daaraan om nie net ons winkelaanwesigheid hier uit te brei nie, maar ook ons ​​verhoudings met boere, hul gesinne en die gemeenskap te verdiep, ”het Cliff Burrows, president van Starbucks van Amerika, gesê.


Koffie volhoubaarheid

Ontmoet 'n paar van die landboukundiges en boere wat help om koffie volhoubaar te maak, sodat u koffie in die toekoms kan geniet.

Maak 'n virtuele reis na Costa Rica om te ontdek wat argonome en boere doen om die gevolge van klimaatsverandering, siektes en verminderde natuurlike hulpbronne op koffieboerdery aan te spreek.

Hulle wil verseker dat u koffiebeker in die toekoms vol bly.

MEER AS 'N DRANK

Die meeste koffiedrinkers sal u vertel dat koffie, veral in onseker tye, meer is as 'n drankie. 'N Koppie koffie kan troos, stabiliteit, 'n blaaskans verteenwoordig - 'n voorsmakie van normaliteit, veral in 'n wêreld wat tans alles behalwe voel. Dit verteenwoordig baie dieselfde vir die mense wat koffie verbou.


'Ek drink koffie vir ontbyt, middag, 14:00 en saans drink ek nog 'n koppie. Dit is soos een van my daaglikse maaltye, ”het Ana Mendez gelag. Sy en haar man boer koffie op verskeie klein erwe in Costa Rica.


Sy het gesê dat sy gereeld dink aan mense regoor die wêreld wat die koffie drink wat hulle drink. 'Ek wil vir hulle sê agter elke koppie koffie is daar opoffering, daar is werk, daar is hoop en daar is liefde,' het Mendez gesê. “Daar is soveel liefde.”

Tog is koffie op 'n kruispad. Daar is meer koffiedrinkers in die wêreld as ooit tevore, maar elke jaar kan klimaatsverandering, siektes en afnemende natuurlike hulpbronne die besigheid van koffieboerdery al hoe moeiliker maak.


In 2013 het Starbucks ® 'n koffieplaas in Costa Rica met die naam Hacienda Alsacia gekoop om hierdie uitdagings beter te verstaan ​​en oplossings te soek. Sedertdien het die plaas 'n wêreldwye spilpunt van navorsing en ontdekking geword - ontdekkings wat die span hoop om koffieboere oor die hele wêreld te help en die uitdagings waarmee hulle te kampe het.

DIE EFFEKTE VAN KLIMAATVERANDERING

'Die mees ingewikkelde probleme wat ons nou het, is roes (koffieblaar) en klimaatsverandering. Dit het ons baie geraak, ”sê Raul Blanco, 'n 22-jarige boer in Costa Rica wat koffie aan Starbucks ® verkoop.


Blanco, 'n koffieboer van die sewende geslag, het gesê dat hy in koffie gebore is, en dat hy steeds toegewyd is aan die toekoms van die gewas en sy gesin se grond. Hy is ook dol daaroor om die koffie van sy gesin voor te stel in die koppies koffiedrinkers regoor die wêreld.


'Ek het nog nooit in my lewe daaraan gedink om die koffieboerdery te laat vaar nie,' het Blanco gesê. 'In plaas daarvan het ek altyd probeer om na 'n koffieboer te soek, om dit daagliks te verbeter om (die plaas) winsgewender, meer ekonomies en altyd vir die omgewing te sorg. Elke koffieboon, elke skep koffie, elke vragmotor vol wat u elke dag uithaal, is vir iemand iewers ter wêreld om daarvan te geniet - vir iemand wat 'n koppie koffie wil geniet. "

STAP NA DIE VOLHOUBAARHEID

By Starbucks koop ons drie persent van die wêreld se koffie, wat deur meer as 400 000 boere verbou word, net soos Blanco.

Hier is ses dinge wat Starbucks en koffieboere regoor die wêreld doen om te verseker dat die toekoms van koffie volhoubaar en sterk is:


1. Volhoubare verkryging en groei. Starbucks ® -koffie is 99 persent eties verkry, en die onderneming is daarop gemik om koffie die wêreld se eerste volhoubare landbouproduk ter wêreld te maak. Ons koop koffie wat deur C.A.F.E. (Koffie en Boerekapitaal) Praktyke. Hierdie riglyne, wat saam met Conservation International ontwikkel is, bied omvattende maatskaplike, omgewings- en ekonomiese kriteria om koffiegemeenskappe te ondersteun en te versterk.

2. Oopbron-agronomie. Starbucks ® Farmer Support Centers by Hacienda Alsacia in Costa Rica en in agt ander koffie-teelande regoor die wêreld bring landboukundiges, navorsers en boere bymekaar om die nuutste navorsing, inligting, advies en gereedskap te deel om koffie meer volhoubaar en winsgewend te verbou.

3. Deel klimaatbestendige koffiebome. Ons het meer as 31 miljoen klimaatbestande koffiebome geskenk, soos die basters wat by Hacienda Alsacia geskep is. Boere, of hulle nou koffie vir Starbucks ® verbou of nie, kan hierdie bome gebruik om die afname in produktiwiteit van ouderdom of siekte te vervang. Starbucks het ten doel om teen 2025 100 miljoen bome aan boere te voorsien.

Koffiebome

Starbucks ® het 'n doelwit om teen 2025 100 miljoen bome aan boere te voorsien.


4. Lenings vir boere. Die Starbucks ® Global Farmer Fund het $ 49 miljoen belê in koffieproduserende lande regoor die wêreld, fondse wat boere kan gebruik om hul plase en boerderypraktyke op te knap en te versterk om selfs meer produktief en volhoubaar te wees

5. Ondersteuning in moeilike tye. By Starbucks ® sal ons ons boereondersteuningsentrums gebruik om inligting en voorrade te deel tydens die wêreldwye COVID-19-reaksie. Boonop het die Starbucks ® -stigting $ 1 miljoen aan Mercy Corps voorsien om onderwys, kommunikasie, voorrade en materiaal te ondersteun om die voorkoming van COVID-19 in die koffie-, tee- en kakaoboerdery-gemeenskappe te ondersteun.

6. Belegging in diverse en hoë kwaliteit koffie. Starbucks ® is toegewyd aan 'n gediversifiseerde koopbenadering om die vraag na koffie van hoë gehalte deur vroue, kleiner koffiekwekers en van 'n wye verskeidenheid plekke regoor die wêreld te verseker.

Dankie dat u saam met ons gegaan het op 'n virtuele veldreis na Costa Rica. Hopelik gee dit u 'n blik op die uitdagings wat landbouers en koffieboere in die gesig staar.

Aan die helderder kant skyn dit ook lig op die stappe wat Starbucks ® en boere regoor die wêreld neem om die toekoms van koffie te verseker - vir almal.

Hoe om koffie te geniet

Koffie is 'n spesiale daaglikse ritueel - sorg wat aandag en aandag verdien. Vertraag en geniet 'n kalm, opbouende oomblik kan die toon vir 'n positiewe dag gee.

C.A.F.E. Oefeninge

Die hoeksteen van die etiese verkrygingsbenadering van Starbucks ® om koffie te koop, is koffie en boerekapitaal (C.A.F.E.)

Die kuns om te meng en te braai

Voordat u u gunsteling Starbucks ® -koffie kan brou en teug, gaan die koffiebone deur baie stappe, insluitend meng en braai.


Koffie volhoubaarheid

Ontmoet 'n paar van die landboukundiges en boere wat help om koffie volhoubaar te maak, sodat u koffie in die toekoms kan geniet.

Maak 'n virtuele reis na Costa Rica om te ontdek wat argonome en boere doen om die gevolge van klimaatsverandering, siektes en verminderde natuurlike hulpbronne op koffieboerdery aan te spreek.

Hulle wil verseker dat u koffiebeker in die toekoms vol bly.

MEER AS 'N DRANK

Die meeste koffiedrinkers sal u vertel dat koffie, veral in onseker tye, meer is as 'n drankie. 'N Koppie koffie kan troos, stabiliteit, 'n blaaskans verteenwoordig - 'n voorsmakie van normaliteit, veral in 'n wêreld wat tans alles behalwe voel. Dit verteenwoordig baie dieselfde vir die mense wat koffie verbou.


'Ek drink koffie vir ontbyt, middag, 14:00 en saans drink ek nog 'n koppie. Dit is soos een van my daaglikse maaltye, ”het Ana Mendez gelag. Sy en haar man boer koffie op verskeie klein erwe in Costa Rica.


Sy het gesê dat sy gereeld dink aan mense regoor die wêreld wat die koffie drink wat hulle drink. 'Ek wil vir hulle sê agter elke koppie koffie is daar opoffering, daar is werk, daar is hoop en daar is liefde,' het Mendez gesê. “Daar is soveel liefde.”

Tog is koffie op 'n kruispad. Daar is meer koffiedrinkers in die wêreld as ooit tevore, maar elke jaar kan klimaatsverandering, siektes en afnemende natuurlike hulpbronne die besigheid van koffieboerdery al hoe moeiliker maak.


In 2013 het Starbucks ® 'n koffieplaas in Costa Rica met die naam Hacienda Alsacia gekoop om hierdie uitdagings beter te verstaan ​​en oplossings te soek. Sedertdien het die plaas 'n wêreldwye spilpunt van navorsing en ontdekking geword - ontdekkings wat die span hoop om koffieboere oor die hele wêreld te help en die uitdagings waarmee hulle te kampe het.

DIE EFFEKTE VAN KLIMAATVERANDERING

'Die mees ingewikkelde probleme wat ons nou het, is roes (koffieblaar) en klimaatsverandering. Dit het ons baie geraak, ”sê Raul Blanco, 'n 22-jarige boer in Costa Rica wat koffie aan Starbucks ® verkoop.


Blanco, 'n koffieboer van die sewende geslag, het gesê dat hy in koffie gebore is, en dat hy steeds toegewyd is aan die toekoms van die gewas en sy gesin se grond. Hy is ook dol daaroor om die koffie van sy gesin voor te stel in die koppies koffiedrinkers regoor die wêreld.


'Ek het nog nooit in my lewe daaraan gedink om die koffieboerdery te laat vaar nie,' het Blanco gesê. 'In plaas daarvan het ek altyd probeer om na 'n koffieboer te soek, om dit daagliks te verbeter om (die plaas) winsgewender, meer ekonomies en altyd vir die omgewing te sorg. Elke koffieboon, elke skep koffie, elke vragmotor vol wat u elke dag uithaal, is vir iemand iewers in die wêreld om dit te geniet - vir iemand wat 'n koppie koffie wil geniet. "

STAP NA DIE VOLHOUBAARHEID

By Starbucks koop ons drie persent van die wêreld se koffie, wat deur meer as 400 000 boere verbou word, net soos Blanco.

Hier is ses dinge wat Starbucks en koffieboere regoor die wêreld doen om te verseker dat die toekoms van koffie volhoubaar en sterk is:


1. Volhoubare verkryging en groei. Starbucks ® -koffie is 99 persent eties verkry, en die onderneming is daarop gemik om koffie die wêreld se eerste volhoubare landbouproduk ter wêreld te maak. Ons koop koffie wat deur C.A.F.E. (Koffie en Boerekapitaal) Praktyke. Hierdie riglyne, wat saam met Conservation International ontwikkel is, bied omvattende maatskaplike, omgewings- en ekonomiese kriteria om koffiegemeenskappe te ondersteun en te versterk.

2. Oopbron-agronomie. Starbucks ® Farmer Support Centers by Hacienda Alsacia in Costa Rica en in agt ander koffie-teelande regoor die wêreld bring landboukundiges, navorsers en boere bymekaar om die nuutste navorsing, inligting, advies en gereedskap te deel om koffie meer volhoubaar en winsgewend te verbou.

3. Deel klimaatbestand koffiebome. Ons het meer as 31 miljoen klimaatbestande koffiebome geskenk, soos die basters wat by Hacienda Alsacia geskep is. Boere, of hulle nou koffie vir Starbucks ® verbou of nie, kan hierdie bome gebruik om die afname in produktiwiteit van ouderdom of siekte te vervang. Starbucks het ten doel om teen 2025 100 miljoen bome aan boere te voorsien.

Koffiebome

Starbucks ® het 'n doelwit om teen 2025 100 miljoen bome aan boere te voorsien.


4. Lenings vir boere. Die Starbucks ® Global Farmer Fund het $ 49 miljoen belê in koffieproduserende lande regoor die wêreld, fondse wat boere kan gebruik om hul plase en boerderypraktyke op te knap en te versterk om selfs meer produktief en volhoubaar te wees

5. Ondersteuning in moeilike tye. By Starbucks ® sal ons ons boereondersteuningsentrums gebruik om inligting en voorrade te deel tydens die wêreldwye COVID-19-reaksie. Boonop het die Starbucks ® -stigting $ 1 miljoen aan Mercy Corps voorsien om onderwys, kommunikasie, voorrade en materiaal te ondersteun om die voorkoming van COVID-19 in die koffie-, tee- en kakaoboerdery-gemeenskappe te ondersteun.

6. Belegging in diverse en hoë kwaliteit koffie. Starbucks ® is verbind tot 'n gediversifiseerde koopbenadering om die vraag na koffie van hoë gehalte deur vroue, kleiner koffiekwekers en van 'n wye verskeidenheid plekke regoor die wêreld te verseker.

Dankie dat u saam met ons gegaan het op 'n virtuele veldreis na Costa Rica. Hopelik gee dit u 'n blik op die uitdagings wat landboukundiges en koffieboere in die gesig staar.

Aan die helderder kant skyn dit ook lig op die stappe wat Starbucks ® en boere regoor die wêreld neem om die toekoms van koffie te verseker - vir almal.

Hoe om koffie te geniet

Koffie is 'n spesiale daaglikse ritueel - sorg wat aandag en aandag verdien. Vertraag en geniet 'n kalm, opbouende oomblik kan die toon vir 'n positiewe dag gee.

C.A.F.E. Oefeninge

Die hoeksteen van die etiese verkrygingsbenadering van Starbucks ® om koffie te koop, is koffie en boerekapitaal (C.A.F.E.)

Die kuns om te meng en te braai

Voordat u u gunsteling Starbucks ® -koffie kan brou en teug, gaan die koffiebone deur baie stappe, insluitend meng en braai.


Koffie volhoubaarheid

Ontmoet 'n paar van die landboukundiges en boere wat help om koffie volhoubaar te maak, sodat u koffie in die toekoms kan geniet.

Maak 'n virtuele reis na Costa Rica om te ontdek wat argonome en boere doen om die gevolge van klimaatsverandering, siektes en verminderde natuurlike hulpbronne op koffieboerdery aan te spreek.

Hulle wil verseker dat u koffiebeker in die toekoms vol bly.

MEER AS 'N DRANK

Die meeste koffiedrinkers sal u vertel dat koffie, veral in onseker tye, meer is as 'n drankie. 'N Koppie koffie kan troos, stabiliteit, 'n blaaskans verteenwoordig - 'n voorsmakie van normaliteit, veral in 'n wêreld wat tans alles behalwe voel. Dit verteenwoordig baie dieselfde vir die mense wat koffie verbou.


'Ek drink koffie vir ontbyt, middag, 14:00 en saans drink ek nog 'n koppie. Dit is soos een van my daaglikse maaltye, ”het Ana Mendez gelag. Sy en haar man boer koffie op verskeie klein erwe in Costa Rica.


Sy het gesê dat sy gereeld dink aan mense regoor die wêreld wat die koffie drink wat hulle drink. 'Ek wil vir hulle sê agter elke koppie koffie is daar opoffering, daar is werk, daar is hoop en daar is liefde,' het Mendez gesê. “Daar is soveel liefde.”

Tog is koffie op 'n kruispad. Daar is meer koffiedrinkers in die wêreld as ooit tevore, maar elke jaar kan klimaatsverandering, siektes en afnemende natuurlike hulpbronne die besigheid van koffieboerdery al hoe moeiliker maak.


In 2013 het Starbucks ® 'n koffieplaas in Costa Rica met die naam Hacienda Alsacia gekoop om hierdie uitdagings beter te verstaan ​​en oplossings te soek. Sedertdien het die plaas 'n wêreldwye spilpunt van navorsing en ontdekking geword - ontdekkings wat die span hoop om koffieboere oor die hele wêreld te help en die uitdagings waarmee hulle te kampe het.

DIE EFFEKTE VAN KLIMAATVERANDERING

'Die mees ingewikkelde probleme wat ons nou het, is roes (koffieblaar) en klimaatsverandering. Dit het ons baie geraak, ”sê Raul Blanco, 'n 22-jarige boer in Costa Rica wat koffie aan Starbucks ® verkoop.


Blanco, 'n koffieboer van die sewende geslag, het gesê dat hy in koffie gebore is, en dat hy steeds toegewyd is aan die toekoms van die gewas en sy gesin se grond. Hy is ook dol daaroor om die koffie van sy gesin voor te stel in die koppies koffiedrinkers regoor die wêreld.


'Ek het nog nooit in my lewe daaraan gedink om die koffieboerdery te laat vaar nie,' het Blanco gesê. 'In plaas daarvan het ek altyd probeer om na 'n koffieboer te soek, om dit daagliks te verbeter om (die plaas) winsgewender, meer ekonomies en altyd vir die omgewing te sorg. Elke koffieboon, elke skep koffie, elke vragmotor vol wat u elke dag uithaal, is vir iemand iewers in die wêreld om dit te geniet - vir iemand wat 'n koppie koffie wil geniet. "

STAP NA DIE VOLHOUBAARHEID

By Starbucks koop ons drie persent van die wêreld se koffie, wat deur meer as 400 000 boere verbou word, net soos Blanco.

Hier is ses dinge wat Starbucks en koffieboere regoor die wêreld doen om te verseker dat die toekoms van koffie volhoubaar en sterk is:


1. Volhoubare verkryging en groei. Starbucks ® -koffie is 99 persent eties verkry, en die onderneming is daarop gemik om koffie die wêreld se eerste volhoubare landbouproduk ter wêreld te maak. Ons koop koffie wat deur C.A.F.E. (Koffie en Boerekapitaal) Praktyke. Hierdie riglyne, wat saam met Conservation International ontwikkel is, bied omvattende maatskaplike, omgewings- en ekonomiese kriteria om koffiegemeenskappe te ondersteun en te versterk.

2. Oopbron-agronomie. Starbucks ® Farmer Support Centers by Hacienda Alsacia in Costa Rica en in agt ander koffie-teelande regoor die wêreld bring landboukundiges, navorsers en boere bymekaar om die nuutste navorsing, inligting, advies en gereedskap te deel om koffie meer volhoubaar en winsgewend te verbou.

3. Deel klimaatbestendige koffiebome. Ons het meer as 31 miljoen klimaatbestande koffiebome geskenk, soos die basters wat by Hacienda Alsacia geskep is. Boere, of hulle nou koffie vir Starbucks ® kweek of nie, kan hierdie bome gebruik om die afname in produktiwiteit van ouderdom of siekte te vervang. Starbucks het ten doel om teen 2025 100 miljoen bome aan boere te voorsien.

Koffiebome

Starbucks ® het 'n doelwit om teen 2025 100 miljoen bome aan boere te voorsien.


4. Lenings vir boere. Die Starbucks ® Global Farmer Fund het $ 49 miljoen belê in koffieproduserende lande regoor die wêreld, fondse wat boere kan gebruik om hul plase en boerderypraktyke op te knap en te versterk om selfs meer produktief en volhoubaar te wees

5. Ondersteuning in moeilike tye. By Starbucks ® sal ons ons boereondersteuningsentrums gebruik om inligting en voorrade te deel tydens die wêreldwye COVID-19-reaksie. Boonop het die Starbucks ® -stigting $ 1 miljoen aan Mercy Corps verskaf om onderwys, kommunikasie, voorrade en materiaal te ondersteun om die voorkoming van COVID-19 in die koffie-, tee- en kakaoboerdery-gemeenskappe te ondersteun.

6. Belegging in diverse en hoë kwaliteit koffie. Starbucks ® is toegewyd aan 'n gediversifiseerde koopbenadering om die vraag na koffie van hoë gehalte deur vroue, kleiner koffiekwekers en van 'n wye verskeidenheid plekke regoor die wêreld te verseker.

Dankie dat u saam met ons gegaan het op 'n virtuele veldreis na Costa Rica. Hopelik gee dit u 'n blik op die uitdagings wat landbouers en koffieboere in die gesig staar.

Aan die helderder kant skyn dit ook lig op die stappe wat Starbucks ® en boere regoor die wêreld neem om die toekoms van koffie te verseker - vir almal.

Hoe om koffie te geniet

Koffie is 'n spesiale daaglikse ritueel - sorg wat aandag en aandag verdien. Vertraag en geniet 'n kalm, opbouende oomblik kan die toon vir 'n positiewe dag gee.

C.A.F.E. Oefeninge

Die hoeksteen van die etiese verkrygingsbenadering van Starbucks ® om koffie te koop, is koffie en boerekapitaal (C.A.F.E.)

Die kuns om te meng en te braai

Voordat u u gunsteling Starbucks ® -koffie kan brou en teug, gaan die koffiebone deur baie stappe, insluitend meng en braai.


Volhoubaarheid van koffie

Ontmoet 'n paar van die landboukundiges en boere wat help om koffie volhoubaar te maak, sodat u koffie in die toekoms kan geniet.

Maak 'n virtuele reis na Costa Rica om te ontdek wat argonome en boere doen om die gevolge van klimaatsverandering, siektes en verminderde natuurlike hulpbronne op koffieboerdery aan te spreek.

Hulle wil verseker dat u koffiebeker in die toekoms vol bly.

MEER AS 'N DRANK

Die meeste koffiedrinkers sal u vertel dat koffie, veral in onseker tye, meer is as 'n drankie. 'N Koppie koffie kan troos, stabiliteit, 'n blaaskans verteenwoordig - 'n voorsmakie van normaliteit, veral in 'n wêreld wat tans alles behalwe voel. Dit verteenwoordig baie dieselfde vir die mense wat koffie verbou.


'Ek drink koffie vir ontbyt, middag, 14:00 en saans drink ek nog 'n koppie. Dit is soos een van my daaglikse maaltye, ”het Ana Mendez gelag. Sy en haar man boer koffie op verskeie klein erwe in Costa Rica.


Sy het gesê dat sy gereeld dink aan mense regoor die wêreld wat die koffie drink wat hulle drink. 'Ek wil vir hulle sê agter elke koppie koffie is daar opoffering, daar is werk, daar is hoop en daar is liefde,' het Mendez gesê. “Daar is soveel liefde.”

Tog is koffie op 'n kruispad. Daar is meer koffiedrinkers in die wêreld as ooit tevore, maar elke jaar kan klimaatsverandering, siektes en afnemende natuurlike hulpbronne die besigheid van koffieboerdery al hoe moeiliker maak.


In 2013 het Starbucks ® 'n koffieplaas in Costa Rica met die naam Hacienda Alsacia gekoop om hierdie uitdagings beter te verstaan ​​en oplossings te soek. Sedertdien het die plaas 'n wêreldwye spilpunt van navorsing en ontdekking geword - ontdekkings wat die span hoop om koffieboere oor die hele wêreld te help en die uitdagings waarmee hulle te kampe het.

DIE EFFEKTE VAN KLIMAATVERANDERING

'Die mees ingewikkelde probleme wat ons nou het, is roes (koffieblaar) en klimaatsverandering. Dit het ons baie geraak, ”sê Raul Blanco, 'n 22-jarige boer in Costa Rica wat koffie aan Starbucks ® verkoop.


Blanco, 'n koffieboer van die sewende geslag, het gesê dat hy in koffie gebore is, en dat hy steeds toegewyd is aan die toekoms van die gewas en sy gesin. Hy is ook dol daaroor om die koffie van sy gesin voor te stel in die koppies koffiedrinkers regoor die wêreld.


'Ek het nog nooit in my lewe daaraan gedink om die koffieboerdery te laat vaar nie,' het Blanco gesê. 'In plaas daarvan het ek altyd probeer om na 'n koffieboer te soek, om dit daagliks te verbeter om (die plaas) winsgewender, meer ekonomies en altyd vir die omgewing te sorg. Elke koffieboon, elke skep koffie, elke vragmotor vol wat u elke dag uithaal, is vir iemand iewers ter wêreld om daarvan te geniet - vir iemand wat 'n koppie koffie wil geniet. "

STAP NA DIE VOLHOUBAARHEID

By Starbucks koop ons drie persent van die wêreld se koffie, wat deur meer as 400 000 boere verbou word, net soos Blanco.

Hier is ses dinge wat Starbucks en koffieboere regoor die wêreld doen om te verseker dat die toekoms van koffie volhoubaar en sterk is:


1. Volhoubare verkryging en groei. Starbucks ® -koffie is 99 persent eties verkry, en die onderneming is daarop gemik om koffie die wêreld se eerste volhoubare landbouproduk ter wêreld te maak. Ons koop koffie wat deur C.A.F.E. (Koffie en Boerekapitaal) Praktyke. Hierdie riglyne, wat saam met Conservation International ontwikkel is, bied omvattende maatskaplike, omgewings- en ekonomiese kriteria om koffiegemeenskappe te ondersteun en te versterk.

2. Oopbron-agronomie. Starbucks ® Farmer Support Centers by Hacienda Alsacia in Costa Rica en in agt ander koffie-teelande regoor die wêreld bring landboukundiges, navorsers en boere bymekaar om die nuutste navorsing, inligting, advies en gereedskap te deel om koffie meer volhoubaar en winsgewend te verbou.

3. Deel klimaatbestendige koffiebome. Ons het meer as 31 miljoen klimaatbestande koffiebome geskenk, soos die basters wat by Hacienda Alsacia geskep is. Boere, of hulle nou koffie vir Starbucks ® kweek of nie, kan hierdie bome gebruik om die afname in produktiwiteit van ouderdom of siekte te vervang. Starbucks het ten doel om teen 2025 100 miljoen bome aan boere te voorsien.

Koffiebome

Starbucks ® het 'n doelwit om teen 2025 100 miljoen bome aan boere te voorsien.


4. Lenings vir boere. Die Starbucks ® Global Farmer Fund het $ 49 miljoen belê in koffieproduserende lande regoor die wêreld, fondse wat boere kan gebruik om hul plase en boerderypraktyke op te knap en te versterk om selfs meer produktief en volhoubaar te wees

5. Ondersteuning in moeilike tye. By Starbucks ® sal ons ons boereondersteuningsentrums gebruik om inligting en voorrade te deel tydens die wêreldwye COVID-19-reaksie. Boonop het die Starbucks ® -stigting $ 1 miljoen aan Mercy Corps verskaf om onderwys, kommunikasie, voorrade en materiaal te ondersteun om die voorkoming van COVID-19 in die koffie-, tee- en kakaoboerdery-gemeenskappe te ondersteun.

6. Belegging in diverse en hoë kwaliteit koffie. Starbucks ® is toegewyd aan 'n gediversifiseerde koopbenadering om die vraag na koffie van hoë gehalte deur vroue, kleiner koffiekwekers en van 'n wye verskeidenheid plekke regoor die wêreld te verseker.

Dankie dat u saam met ons gegaan het op 'n virtuele veldreis na Costa Rica. Hopelik gee dit u 'n blik op die uitdagings wat landboukundiges en koffieboere in die gesig staar.

Aan die helderder kant skyn dit ook lig op die stappe wat Starbucks ® en boere regoor die wêreld neem om die toekoms van koffie te verseker - vir almal.

Hoe om koffie te geniet

Koffie is 'n spesiale daaglikse ritueel - sorg wat aandag en aandag verdien. Vertraag en 'n rustige, opbouende oomblik kan die toon gee vir 'n positiewe dag.

C.A.F.E. Oefeninge

Die hoeksteen van die etiese verkrygingsbenadering van Starbucks ® om koffie te koop, is koffie en boerekapitaal (C.A.F.E.)

Die kuns om te meng en te braai

Voordat u u gunsteling Starbucks ® -koffie kan brou en teug, gaan die koffiebone deur baie stappe, insluitend meng en braai.


Volhoubaarheid van koffie

Ontmoet 'n paar van die landboukundiges en boere wat help om koffie volhoubaar te maak, sodat u koffie in die toekoms kan geniet.

Maak 'n virtuele reis na Costa Rica om te ontdek wat argonome en boere doen om die gevolge van klimaatsverandering, siektes en verminderde natuurlike hulpbronne op koffieboerdery aan te spreek.

Hulle wil verseker dat u koffiebeker in die toekoms vol bly.

MEER AS 'N DRANK

Die meeste koffiedrinkers sal u vertel dat koffie, veral in onseker tye, meer is as 'n drankie. 'N Koppie koffie kan troos, stabiliteit, 'n blaaskans verteenwoordig - 'n voorsmakie van normaliteit, veral in 'n wêreld wat tans alles behalwe voel. Dit verteenwoordig baie dieselfde vir die mense wat koffie verbou.


'Ek drink koffie vir ontbyt, middag, 14:00 en saans drink ek nog 'n koppie. Dit is soos een van my daaglikse maaltye, ”het Ana Mendez gelag. Sy en haar man boer koffie op verskeie klein erwe in Costa Rica.


Sy het gesê dat sy gereeld dink aan mense regoor die wêreld wat die koffie drink wat hulle drink. 'Ek wil vir hulle sê agter elke koppie koffie is daar opoffering, daar is werk, daar is hoop en daar is liefde,' het Mendez gesê. “Daar is soveel liefde.”

Tog is koffie op 'n kruispad. Daar is meer koffiedrinkers in die wêreld as ooit tevore, maar elke jaar kan klimaatsverandering, siektes en afnemende natuurlike hulpbronne die besigheid van koffieboerdery al hoe moeiliker maak.


In 2013 het Starbucks ® 'n koffieplaas in Costa Rica met die naam Hacienda Alsacia gekoop om hierdie uitdagings beter te verstaan ​​en oplossings te soek. Sedertdien het die plaas 'n wêreldwye spilpunt van navorsing en ontdekking geword - ontdekkings wat die span hoop om koffieboere oor die hele wêreld te help en die uitdagings waarmee hulle te kampe het.

DIE EFFEKTE VAN KLIMAATVERANDERING

'Die mees ingewikkelde probleme wat ons nou het, is roes (koffieblaar) en klimaatsverandering. Dit het ons baie geraak, ”sê Raul Blanco, 'n 22-jarige boer in Costa Rica wat koffie aan Starbucks ® verkoop.


Blanco, 'n koffieboer van die sewende geslag, het gesê dat hy in koffie gebore is, en dat hy steeds toegewyd is aan die toekoms van die gewas en sy gesin. Hy is ook dol daaroor om die koffie van sy gesin voor te stel in die koppies koffiedrinkers regoor die wêreld.


'Ek het nog nooit in my lewe daaraan gedink om die koffieboerdery te laat vaar nie,' het Blanco gesê. 'In plaas daarvan het ek altyd probeer om na 'n koffieboer te soek, om dit daagliks te verbeter om (die plaas) winsgewender, meer ekonomies en altyd vir die omgewing te sorg. Elke koffieboon, elke skep koffie, elke vragmotor vol wat u elke dag uithaal, is vir iemand iewers ter wêreld om daarvan te geniet - vir iemand wat 'n koppie koffie wil geniet. "

STAP NA DIE VOLHOUBAARHEID

By Starbucks koop ons drie persent van die wêreld se koffie, wat deur meer as 400 000 boere verbou word, net soos Blanco.

Hier is ses dinge wat Starbucks en koffieboere regoor die wêreld doen om te verseker dat die toekoms van koffie volhoubaar en sterk is:


1. Volhoubare verkryging en groei. Starbucks ® -koffie is 99 persent eties verkry, en die onderneming is daarop gemik om koffie die wêreld se eerste volhoubare landbouproduk ter wêreld te maak. Ons koop koffie wat deur C.A.F.E. (Koffie en Boerekapitaal) Praktyke. Hierdie riglyne, wat saam met Conservation International ontwikkel is, bied omvattende maatskaplike, omgewings- en ekonomiese kriteria om koffiegemeenskappe te ondersteun en te versterk.

2. Oopbron-agronomie. Starbucks ® Farmer Support Centers by Hacienda Alsacia in Costa Rica en in agt ander koffie-teelande regoor die wêreld bring landboukundiges, navorsers en boere bymekaar om die nuutste navorsing, inligting, advies en gereedskap te deel om koffie meer volhoubaar en winsgewend te verbou.

3. Deel klimaatbestand koffiebome. Ons het meer as 31 miljoen klimaatbestande koffiebome geskenk, soos die basters wat by Hacienda Alsacia geskep is. Boere, of hulle nou koffie vir Starbucks ® kweek of nie, kan hierdie bome gebruik om die afname in produktiwiteit van ouderdom of siekte te vervang. Starbucks het ten doel om teen 2025 100 miljoen bome aan boere te voorsien.

Koffiebome

Starbucks ® het 'n doelwit om teen 2025 100 miljoen bome aan boere te voorsien.


4. Lenings vir boere. Die Starbucks ® Global Farmer Fund het $ 49 miljoen belê in koffieproduserende lande regoor die wêreld, fondse wat boere kan gebruik om hul plase en boerderypraktyke op te knap en te versterk om selfs meer produktief en volhoubaar te wees

5. Ondersteuning in moeilike tye. By Starbucks ® sal ons ons boereondersteuningsentrums gebruik om inligting en voorrade te deel tydens die wêreldwye COVID-19-reaksie. Boonop het die Starbucks ® -stigting $ 1 miljoen aan Mercy Corps verskaf om onderwys, kommunikasie, voorrade en materiaal te ondersteun om die voorkoming van COVID-19 in die koffie-, tee- en kakaoboerdery-gemeenskappe te ondersteun.

6. Belegging in diverse en hoë kwaliteit koffie. Starbucks ® is toegewyd aan 'n gediversifiseerde koopbenadering om die vraag na koffie van hoë gehalte deur vroue, kleiner koffiekwekers en van 'n wye verskeidenheid plekke regoor die wêreld te verseker.

Dankie dat u saam met ons gegaan het op 'n virtuele veldreis na Costa Rica. Hopelik gee dit u 'n blik op die uitdagings wat landbouers en koffieboere in die gesig staar.

Aan die helderder kant skyn dit ook lig op die stappe wat Starbucks ® en boere regoor die wêreld neem om die toekoms van koffie te verseker - vir almal.

Hoe om koffie te geniet

Coffee is a special daily ritual – one that deserves care and attention. Slowing down and enjoying a calm, uplifting moment can set the tone for a positive day.

C.A.F.E. Practices

The cornerstone of Starbucks ® ethical sourcing approach to buying coffee is Coffee and Farmer Equity (C.A.F.E.) Practices

The art of blending and roasting

Before you can brew and sip your favourite Starbucks ® coffee, the coffee beans go through many steps, including blending and roasting.


Coffee sustainability

Meet some of the agronomists and farmers working to help make coffee sustainable so you can enjoy coffee well into the future.

Take a virtual field trip to Costa Rica to discover what argonomists and farmers are doing to address the effects of climate change, disease and diminishing natural resources on coffee farming.

They want to ensure your coffee cup stays full well into the future.

MORE THAN A BEVERAGE

Most coffee drinkers will tell you that coffee, especially in uncertain times, is more than a beverage. A cup of coffee can represent comfort, stability, a respite – a taste of normality, especially in a world that currently feels anything but. It represents much the same to the people who grow coffee.


“I have coffee for breakfast, at noon, at 2 p.m., and at night I have another cup. It’s like one of my daily meals,” said Ana Mendez, laughing. She and her husband farm coffee on several small plots in Costa Rica.


She said she often thinks of the people around the world drinking the coffee they grow. “I would want to tell them behind every cup of coffee there is sacrifice, there is work, there is hope, and there is love,” Mendez said. “There is so much love.”

Yet coffee is at a bit of a crossroads. There are more coffee drinkers in the world than ever before, but each year, climate change, disease and diminishing natural resources can make the business of coffee farming more and more difficult.


In 2013, Starbucks ® purchased a coffee farm in Costa Rica called Hacienda Alsacia to better understand these challenges, and to look for solutions. Since then, the farm has become a global hub of research and discovery – discoveries the team there hopes will help coffee farmers all over the planet and the ongoing challenges they face.

THE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE

“The most complicated problems we have now are (coffee leaf) rust and climate change. It’s affected us a lot,” said Raul Blanco, a 22-year-old farmer in Costa Rica who sells coffee to Starbucks ® .


A seventh-generation coffee farmer, Blanco said he was born into coffee, and remains dedicated to the future of the crop and his family’s land. He also loves imagining his family’s coffee making its way into the cups of coffee drinkers all over the world.


“I’ve never in my life thought about giving up coffee farming,” Blanco said. “Instead, I’ve always tried to look for ways to subsist as a coffee farmer, to improve it, day by day, to make (the farm) more profitable, more economical, and always taking care of the environment. Every coffee bean, every bushel of coffee, every truck full you take out every day is for someone somewhere in the world to enjoy it – for someone who is having a cup of coffee to delight in it.”

STEPS TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY

At Starbucks, we purchase three percent of the world’s coffee, which is grown by more than 400,000 farmers much like Blanco.

Here are six things Starbucks and coffee farmers around the world are doing to help ensure the future of coffee is sustainable and strong:


1. Sustainable sourcing and growing. Starbucks ® coffee is 99 percent ethically sourced, and the company is on a mission to make coffee the world’s first sustainably sourced agricultural product. We purchase coffee verified by C.A.F.E. (Coffee and Farmer Equity) Practices. Developed with Conservation International, these guidelines provide comprehensive social, environmental, and economic criteria to help sustain and strengthen coffee communities.

2. Open-source agronomy. Starbucks ® Farmer Support Centers at Hacienda Alsacia in Costa Rica and in eight other coffee-growing countries around the world bring agronomists, researchers and farmers together to share the latest research, information, advice and tools to grow coffee more sustainably and profitably.

3. Sharing climate-resilient coffee trees. We have donated more than 31 million climate resilient coffee trees like the hybrids created at Hacienda Alsacia. Farmers, whether they grow coffee for Starbucks ® or not, can use these trees to replace those declining in productivity from age or disease. Starbucks has a goal of providing 100 million trees to farmers by 2025.

Coffee trees

Starbucks ® has a goal of providing 100 million trees to farmers by 2025.


4. Loans for farmers. The Starbucks ® Global Farmer Fund has invested $49 million in coffee-producing countries around the world, funds farmers can use to renovate and strengthen their farms and farming practices to be even more productive and sustainable

5. Support in difficult times. At Starbucks ® , we will use our Farmer Support Centers to share information and supplies during the global COVID-19 response. In addition, the Starbucks ® Foundation provided $1 million to Mercy Corps to help support education, communication, supplies and materials to assist in the prevention of COVID-19 in those coffee, tea and cocoa farming communities.

6. Investing in diverse and high-quality coffee. Starbucks ® is committed to a diversified buying approach to ensure demand for high-quality coffee grown by women, smaller coffee growers and from a wide variety of places around the world.

Thank you for joining us on a virtual field trip to Costa Rica. Hopefully it’s given you a glimpse into the challenges agronomists and coffee farmers face.

On the brighter side, it’s also shone light on the steps Starbucks ® and farmers around the world are taking to help ensure the future of coffee – for everyone.

How to enjoy coffee

Coffee is a special daily ritual – one that deserves care and attention. Slowing down and enjoying a calm, uplifting moment can set the tone for a positive day.

C.A.F.E. Practices

The cornerstone of Starbucks ® ethical sourcing approach to buying coffee is Coffee and Farmer Equity (C.A.F.E.) Practices

The art of blending and roasting

Before you can brew and sip your favourite Starbucks ® coffee, the coffee beans go through many steps, including blending and roasting.


Coffee sustainability

Meet some of the agronomists and farmers working to help make coffee sustainable so you can enjoy coffee well into the future.

Take a virtual field trip to Costa Rica to discover what argonomists and farmers are doing to address the effects of climate change, disease and diminishing natural resources on coffee farming.

They want to ensure your coffee cup stays full well into the future.

MORE THAN A BEVERAGE

Most coffee drinkers will tell you that coffee, especially in uncertain times, is more than a beverage. A cup of coffee can represent comfort, stability, a respite – a taste of normality, especially in a world that currently feels anything but. It represents much the same to the people who grow coffee.


“I have coffee for breakfast, at noon, at 2 p.m., and at night I have another cup. It’s like one of my daily meals,” said Ana Mendez, laughing. She and her husband farm coffee on several small plots in Costa Rica.


She said she often thinks of the people around the world drinking the coffee they grow. “I would want to tell them behind every cup of coffee there is sacrifice, there is work, there is hope, and there is love,” Mendez said. “There is so much love.”

Yet coffee is at a bit of a crossroads. There are more coffee drinkers in the world than ever before, but each year, climate change, disease and diminishing natural resources can make the business of coffee farming more and more difficult.


In 2013, Starbucks ® purchased a coffee farm in Costa Rica called Hacienda Alsacia to better understand these challenges, and to look for solutions. Since then, the farm has become a global hub of research and discovery – discoveries the team there hopes will help coffee farmers all over the planet and the ongoing challenges they face.

THE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE

“The most complicated problems we have now are (coffee leaf) rust and climate change. It’s affected us a lot,” said Raul Blanco, a 22-year-old farmer in Costa Rica who sells coffee to Starbucks ® .


A seventh-generation coffee farmer, Blanco said he was born into coffee, and remains dedicated to the future of the crop and his family’s land. He also loves imagining his family’s coffee making its way into the cups of coffee drinkers all over the world.


“I’ve never in my life thought about giving up coffee farming,” Blanco said. “Instead, I’ve always tried to look for ways to subsist as a coffee farmer, to improve it, day by day, to make (the farm) more profitable, more economical, and always taking care of the environment. Every coffee bean, every bushel of coffee, every truck full you take out every day is for someone somewhere in the world to enjoy it – for someone who is having a cup of coffee to delight in it.”

STEPS TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY

At Starbucks, we purchase three percent of the world’s coffee, which is grown by more than 400,000 farmers much like Blanco.

Here are six things Starbucks and coffee farmers around the world are doing to help ensure the future of coffee is sustainable and strong:


1. Sustainable sourcing and growing. Starbucks ® coffee is 99 percent ethically sourced, and the company is on a mission to make coffee the world’s first sustainably sourced agricultural product. We purchase coffee verified by C.A.F.E. (Coffee and Farmer Equity) Practices. Developed with Conservation International, these guidelines provide comprehensive social, environmental, and economic criteria to help sustain and strengthen coffee communities.

2. Open-source agronomy. Starbucks ® Farmer Support Centers at Hacienda Alsacia in Costa Rica and in eight other coffee-growing countries around the world bring agronomists, researchers and farmers together to share the latest research, information, advice and tools to grow coffee more sustainably and profitably.

3. Sharing climate-resilient coffee trees. We have donated more than 31 million climate resilient coffee trees like the hybrids created at Hacienda Alsacia. Farmers, whether they grow coffee for Starbucks ® or not, can use these trees to replace those declining in productivity from age or disease. Starbucks has a goal of providing 100 million trees to farmers by 2025.

Coffee trees

Starbucks ® has a goal of providing 100 million trees to farmers by 2025.


4. Loans for farmers. The Starbucks ® Global Farmer Fund has invested $49 million in coffee-producing countries around the world, funds farmers can use to renovate and strengthen their farms and farming practices to be even more productive and sustainable

5. Support in difficult times. At Starbucks ® , we will use our Farmer Support Centers to share information and supplies during the global COVID-19 response. In addition, the Starbucks ® Foundation provided $1 million to Mercy Corps to help support education, communication, supplies and materials to assist in the prevention of COVID-19 in those coffee, tea and cocoa farming communities.

6. Investing in diverse and high-quality coffee. Starbucks ® is committed to a diversified buying approach to ensure demand for high-quality coffee grown by women, smaller coffee growers and from a wide variety of places around the world.

Thank you for joining us on a virtual field trip to Costa Rica. Hopefully it’s given you a glimpse into the challenges agronomists and coffee farmers face.

On the brighter side, it’s also shone light on the steps Starbucks ® and farmers around the world are taking to help ensure the future of coffee – for everyone.

How to enjoy coffee

Coffee is a special daily ritual – one that deserves care and attention. Slowing down and enjoying a calm, uplifting moment can set the tone for a positive day.

C.A.F.E. Practices

The cornerstone of Starbucks ® ethical sourcing approach to buying coffee is Coffee and Farmer Equity (C.A.F.E.) Practices

The art of blending and roasting

Before you can brew and sip your favourite Starbucks ® coffee, the coffee beans go through many steps, including blending and roasting.


Coffee sustainability

Meet some of the agronomists and farmers working to help make coffee sustainable so you can enjoy coffee well into the future.

Take a virtual field trip to Costa Rica to discover what argonomists and farmers are doing to address the effects of climate change, disease and diminishing natural resources on coffee farming.

They want to ensure your coffee cup stays full well into the future.

MORE THAN A BEVERAGE

Most coffee drinkers will tell you that coffee, especially in uncertain times, is more than a beverage. A cup of coffee can represent comfort, stability, a respite – a taste of normality, especially in a world that currently feels anything but. It represents much the same to the people who grow coffee.


“I have coffee for breakfast, at noon, at 2 p.m., and at night I have another cup. It’s like one of my daily meals,” said Ana Mendez, laughing. She and her husband farm coffee on several small plots in Costa Rica.


She said she often thinks of the people around the world drinking the coffee they grow. “I would want to tell them behind every cup of coffee there is sacrifice, there is work, there is hope, and there is love,” Mendez said. “There is so much love.”

Yet coffee is at a bit of a crossroads. There are more coffee drinkers in the world than ever before, but each year, climate change, disease and diminishing natural resources can make the business of coffee farming more and more difficult.


In 2013, Starbucks ® purchased a coffee farm in Costa Rica called Hacienda Alsacia to better understand these challenges, and to look for solutions. Since then, the farm has become a global hub of research and discovery – discoveries the team there hopes will help coffee farmers all over the planet and the ongoing challenges they face.

THE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE

“The most complicated problems we have now are (coffee leaf) rust and climate change. It’s affected us a lot,” said Raul Blanco, a 22-year-old farmer in Costa Rica who sells coffee to Starbucks ® .


A seventh-generation coffee farmer, Blanco said he was born into coffee, and remains dedicated to the future of the crop and his family’s land. He also loves imagining his family’s coffee making its way into the cups of coffee drinkers all over the world.


“I’ve never in my life thought about giving up coffee farming,” Blanco said. “Instead, I’ve always tried to look for ways to subsist as a coffee farmer, to improve it, day by day, to make (the farm) more profitable, more economical, and always taking care of the environment. Every coffee bean, every bushel of coffee, every truck full you take out every day is for someone somewhere in the world to enjoy it – for someone who is having a cup of coffee to delight in it.”

STEPS TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY

At Starbucks, we purchase three percent of the world’s coffee, which is grown by more than 400,000 farmers much like Blanco.

Here are six things Starbucks and coffee farmers around the world are doing to help ensure the future of coffee is sustainable and strong:


1. Sustainable sourcing and growing. Starbucks ® coffee is 99 percent ethically sourced, and the company is on a mission to make coffee the world’s first sustainably sourced agricultural product. We purchase coffee verified by C.A.F.E. (Coffee and Farmer Equity) Practices. Developed with Conservation International, these guidelines provide comprehensive social, environmental, and economic criteria to help sustain and strengthen coffee communities.

2. Open-source agronomy. Starbucks ® Farmer Support Centers at Hacienda Alsacia in Costa Rica and in eight other coffee-growing countries around the world bring agronomists, researchers and farmers together to share the latest research, information, advice and tools to grow coffee more sustainably and profitably.

3. Sharing climate-resilient coffee trees. We have donated more than 31 million climate resilient coffee trees like the hybrids created at Hacienda Alsacia. Farmers, whether they grow coffee for Starbucks ® or not, can use these trees to replace those declining in productivity from age or disease. Starbucks has a goal of providing 100 million trees to farmers by 2025.

Coffee trees

Starbucks ® has a goal of providing 100 million trees to farmers by 2025.


4. Loans for farmers. The Starbucks ® Global Farmer Fund has invested $49 million in coffee-producing countries around the world, funds farmers can use to renovate and strengthen their farms and farming practices to be even more productive and sustainable

5. Support in difficult times. At Starbucks ® , we will use our Farmer Support Centers to share information and supplies during the global COVID-19 response. In addition, the Starbucks ® Foundation provided $1 million to Mercy Corps to help support education, communication, supplies and materials to assist in the prevention of COVID-19 in those coffee, tea and cocoa farming communities.

6. Investing in diverse and high-quality coffee. Starbucks ® is committed to a diversified buying approach to ensure demand for high-quality coffee grown by women, smaller coffee growers and from a wide variety of places around the world.

Thank you for joining us on a virtual field trip to Costa Rica. Hopefully it’s given you a glimpse into the challenges agronomists and coffee farmers face.

On the brighter side, it’s also shone light on the steps Starbucks ® and farmers around the world are taking to help ensure the future of coffee – for everyone.

How to enjoy coffee

Coffee is a special daily ritual – one that deserves care and attention. Slowing down and enjoying a calm, uplifting moment can set the tone for a positive day.

C.A.F.E. Practices

The cornerstone of Starbucks ® ethical sourcing approach to buying coffee is Coffee and Farmer Equity (C.A.F.E.) Practices

The art of blending and roasting

Before you can brew and sip your favourite Starbucks ® coffee, the coffee beans go through many steps, including blending and roasting.


Coffee sustainability

Meet some of the agronomists and farmers working to help make coffee sustainable so you can enjoy coffee well into the future.

Take a virtual field trip to Costa Rica to discover what argonomists and farmers are doing to address the effects of climate change, disease and diminishing natural resources on coffee farming.

They want to ensure your coffee cup stays full well into the future.

MORE THAN A BEVERAGE

Most coffee drinkers will tell you that coffee, especially in uncertain times, is more than a beverage. A cup of coffee can represent comfort, stability, a respite – a taste of normality, especially in a world that currently feels anything but. It represents much the same to the people who grow coffee.


“I have coffee for breakfast, at noon, at 2 p.m., and at night I have another cup. It’s like one of my daily meals,” said Ana Mendez, laughing. She and her husband farm coffee on several small plots in Costa Rica.


She said she often thinks of the people around the world drinking the coffee they grow. “I would want to tell them behind every cup of coffee there is sacrifice, there is work, there is hope, and there is love,” Mendez said. “There is so much love.”

Yet coffee is at a bit of a crossroads. There are more coffee drinkers in the world than ever before, but each year, climate change, disease and diminishing natural resources can make the business of coffee farming more and more difficult.


In 2013, Starbucks ® purchased a coffee farm in Costa Rica called Hacienda Alsacia to better understand these challenges, and to look for solutions. Since then, the farm has become a global hub of research and discovery – discoveries the team there hopes will help coffee farmers all over the planet and the ongoing challenges they face.

THE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE

“The most complicated problems we have now are (coffee leaf) rust and climate change. It’s affected us a lot,” said Raul Blanco, a 22-year-old farmer in Costa Rica who sells coffee to Starbucks ® .


A seventh-generation coffee farmer, Blanco said he was born into coffee, and remains dedicated to the future of the crop and his family’s land. He also loves imagining his family’s coffee making its way into the cups of coffee drinkers all over the world.


“I’ve never in my life thought about giving up coffee farming,” Blanco said. “Instead, I’ve always tried to look for ways to subsist as a coffee farmer, to improve it, day by day, to make (the farm) more profitable, more economical, and always taking care of the environment. Every coffee bean, every bushel of coffee, every truck full you take out every day is for someone somewhere in the world to enjoy it – for someone who is having a cup of coffee to delight in it.”

STEPS TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY

At Starbucks, we purchase three percent of the world’s coffee, which is grown by more than 400,000 farmers much like Blanco.

Here are six things Starbucks and coffee farmers around the world are doing to help ensure the future of coffee is sustainable and strong:


1. Sustainable sourcing and growing. Starbucks ® coffee is 99 percent ethically sourced, and the company is on a mission to make coffee the world’s first sustainably sourced agricultural product. We purchase coffee verified by C.A.F.E. (Coffee and Farmer Equity) Practices. Developed with Conservation International, these guidelines provide comprehensive social, environmental, and economic criteria to help sustain and strengthen coffee communities.

2. Open-source agronomy. Starbucks ® Farmer Support Centers at Hacienda Alsacia in Costa Rica and in eight other coffee-growing countries around the world bring agronomists, researchers and farmers together to share the latest research, information, advice and tools to grow coffee more sustainably and profitably.

3. Sharing climate-resilient coffee trees. We have donated more than 31 million climate resilient coffee trees like the hybrids created at Hacienda Alsacia. Farmers, whether they grow coffee for Starbucks ® or not, can use these trees to replace those declining in productivity from age or disease. Starbucks has a goal of providing 100 million trees to farmers by 2025.

Coffee trees

Starbucks ® has a goal of providing 100 million trees to farmers by 2025.


4. Loans for farmers. The Starbucks ® Global Farmer Fund has invested $49 million in coffee-producing countries around the world, funds farmers can use to renovate and strengthen their farms and farming practices to be even more productive and sustainable

5. Support in difficult times. At Starbucks ® , we will use our Farmer Support Centers to share information and supplies during the global COVID-19 response. In addition, the Starbucks ® Foundation provided $1 million to Mercy Corps to help support education, communication, supplies and materials to assist in the prevention of COVID-19 in those coffee, tea and cocoa farming communities.

6. Investing in diverse and high-quality coffee. Starbucks ® is committed to a diversified buying approach to ensure demand for high-quality coffee grown by women, smaller coffee growers and from a wide variety of places around the world.

Thank you for joining us on a virtual field trip to Costa Rica. Hopefully it’s given you a glimpse into the challenges agronomists and coffee farmers face.

On the brighter side, it’s also shone light on the steps Starbucks ® and farmers around the world are taking to help ensure the future of coffee – for everyone.

How to enjoy coffee

Coffee is a special daily ritual – one that deserves care and attention. Slowing down and enjoying a calm, uplifting moment can set the tone for a positive day.

C.A.F.E. Practices

The cornerstone of Starbucks ® ethical sourcing approach to buying coffee is Coffee and Farmer Equity (C.A.F.E.) Practices

The art of blending and roasting

Before you can brew and sip your favourite Starbucks ® coffee, the coffee beans go through many steps, including blending and roasting.


Coffee sustainability

Meet some of the agronomists and farmers working to help make coffee sustainable so you can enjoy coffee well into the future.

Take a virtual field trip to Costa Rica to discover what argonomists and farmers are doing to address the effects of climate change, disease and diminishing natural resources on coffee farming.

They want to ensure your coffee cup stays full well into the future.

MORE THAN A BEVERAGE

Most coffee drinkers will tell you that coffee, especially in uncertain times, is more than a beverage. A cup of coffee can represent comfort, stability, a respite – a taste of normality, especially in a world that currently feels anything but. It represents much the same to the people who grow coffee.


“I have coffee for breakfast, at noon, at 2 p.m., and at night I have another cup. It’s like one of my daily meals,” said Ana Mendez, laughing. She and her husband farm coffee on several small plots in Costa Rica.


She said she often thinks of the people around the world drinking the coffee they grow. “I would want to tell them behind every cup of coffee there is sacrifice, there is work, there is hope, and there is love,” Mendez said. “There is so much love.”

Yet coffee is at a bit of a crossroads. There are more coffee drinkers in the world than ever before, but each year, climate change, disease and diminishing natural resources can make the business of coffee farming more and more difficult.


In 2013, Starbucks ® purchased a coffee farm in Costa Rica called Hacienda Alsacia to better understand these challenges, and to look for solutions. Since then, the farm has become a global hub of research and discovery – discoveries the team there hopes will help coffee farmers all over the planet and the ongoing challenges they face.

THE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE

“The most complicated problems we have now are (coffee leaf) rust and climate change. It’s affected us a lot,” said Raul Blanco, a 22-year-old farmer in Costa Rica who sells coffee to Starbucks ® .


A seventh-generation coffee farmer, Blanco said he was born into coffee, and remains dedicated to the future of the crop and his family’s land. He also loves imagining his family’s coffee making its way into the cups of coffee drinkers all over the world.


“I’ve never in my life thought about giving up coffee farming,” Blanco said. “Instead, I’ve always tried to look for ways to subsist as a coffee farmer, to improve it, day by day, to make (the farm) more profitable, more economical, and always taking care of the environment. Every coffee bean, every bushel of coffee, every truck full you take out every day is for someone somewhere in the world to enjoy it – for someone who is having a cup of coffee to delight in it.”

STEPS TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY

At Starbucks, we purchase three percent of the world’s coffee, which is grown by more than 400,000 farmers much like Blanco.

Here are six things Starbucks and coffee farmers around the world are doing to help ensure the future of coffee is sustainable and strong:


1. Sustainable sourcing and growing. Starbucks ® coffee is 99 percent ethically sourced, and the company is on a mission to make coffee the world’s first sustainably sourced agricultural product. We purchase coffee verified by C.A.F.E. (Coffee and Farmer Equity) Practices. Developed with Conservation International, these guidelines provide comprehensive social, environmental, and economic criteria to help sustain and strengthen coffee communities.

2. Open-source agronomy. Starbucks ® Farmer Support Centers at Hacienda Alsacia in Costa Rica and in eight other coffee-growing countries around the world bring agronomists, researchers and farmers together to share the latest research, information, advice and tools to grow coffee more sustainably and profitably.

3. Sharing climate-resilient coffee trees. We have donated more than 31 million climate resilient coffee trees like the hybrids created at Hacienda Alsacia. Farmers, whether they grow coffee for Starbucks ® or not, can use these trees to replace those declining in productivity from age or disease. Starbucks has a goal of providing 100 million trees to farmers by 2025.

Coffee trees

Starbucks ® has a goal of providing 100 million trees to farmers by 2025.


4. Loans for farmers. The Starbucks ® Global Farmer Fund has invested $49 million in coffee-producing countries around the world, funds farmers can use to renovate and strengthen their farms and farming practices to be even more productive and sustainable

5. Support in difficult times. At Starbucks ® , we will use our Farmer Support Centers to share information and supplies during the global COVID-19 response. In addition, the Starbucks ® Foundation provided $1 million to Mercy Corps to help support education, communication, supplies and materials to assist in the prevention of COVID-19 in those coffee, tea and cocoa farming communities.

6. Investing in diverse and high-quality coffee. Starbucks ® is committed to a diversified buying approach to ensure demand for high-quality coffee grown by women, smaller coffee growers and from a wide variety of places around the world.

Thank you for joining us on a virtual field trip to Costa Rica. Hopefully it’s given you a glimpse into the challenges agronomists and coffee farmers face.

On the brighter side, it’s also shone light on the steps Starbucks ® and farmers around the world are taking to help ensure the future of coffee – for everyone.

How to enjoy coffee

Coffee is a special daily ritual – one that deserves care and attention. Slowing down and enjoying a calm, uplifting moment can set the tone for a positive day.

C.A.F.E. Practices

The cornerstone of Starbucks ® ethical sourcing approach to buying coffee is Coffee and Farmer Equity (C.A.F.E.) Practices

The art of blending and roasting

Before you can brew and sip your favourite Starbucks ® coffee, the coffee beans go through many steps, including blending and roasting.


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