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SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2014

Achieving sustainable coffee cultivation, step by step

Tchibo is on its way to becoming a 100% sustainable business. So in the medium term, we want to offer only coffee qualities whose culti­vation complies with economic, ecological and social require­ments in equal measure. This is the only way we can contribute to safeguarding the liveli­hoods of coffee farmers and their families. That is why we take a compre­hensive approach to advocating the sustainable devel­opment of the coffee supply chain and the entire coffee sector.

Tchibo Joint Forces!® qualification programme

Our Tchibo Joint Forces!® qualification programme pools forces where they are most needed: among ...

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Purchasing sustainable green coffee grades

Our sustainability strategy pursues the aim of gradually establishing minimum environmental and ...

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Cooperation to promote sustainable farming methods

Many of the world’s 25 million coffee farmers could operate more productively and sustainably given ...

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Environment & Climate

Climate change has a significant impact on coffee cultivation. Coffee farmers can only maintain ...

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