As part of our commitment to promoting sustainable practices, we offer a wide range of certified coffees, including:
- Rainforest Alliance
- UTZ Certified
- Organic (Bio)
We can also supply dual-and triple-certified coffees from specific origins.
Food and beverages, including coffee, have relied heavily on the use of plastic packaging for decades, but this has an environmental cost. As part of our commitment to sustainability and innovation, we are at the forefront in the development of packaging options with a lower environmental footprint, including plastic-free, fully recyclable, and compostable materials, such as:
- Metal lids for glass jars & tins - replacing millions of plastic caps.
- All metal tins - not composite materials which cannot be recycled.
- Special films and foils - recyclable or bio-degradable.
Shared Value for a Better Future
Sustainability has long been at the heart of the way Sucafina does business. In 2021, we reaffirmed our commitment to a more sustainable coffee industry with the launch of our sustainability strategy for 2030. The strategy, accompanied by the release of our first annual sustainability report, sets out the long-term initiatives we are launching to address our three core action pillars:
- Caring for People
- Investing in Farmers
- Protecting Our Planet
For many years Sucafina has used its network to implement a multitude of projects that benefit rural and urban communities. Among these is Sucafina Instant's support of Musasa Primary School in Rwanda, since 2019. We funded, among other works, the construction of six additional classrooms, helping to reduce overcrowding, which has, in turn, improved teaching quality and, thus, the quality of education pupils receive.
Every year, Sucafina Instant donates a percentage of its annual profit to a charity, selected by staff and management.