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Sustainability Scorecard
 
We are dedicated to real environmental, social, and fiscal sustainability. Doing so requires long-term dedication, constant innovation, and perseverance. Through our long-term relationships with coffee partners around the world – from growers and importers abroad to our wholesale customers and coffee lovers here at home – we aim to build a better coffee trade. Transparency is the foundation of real sustainability, and our Sustainability Scorecard helps us measure and communicate our progress.
 
Please download our most recent Sustainability Scorecard to find out how we're doing in our progress toward our sustainability goals.
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