Enjoy aromatic, freshly brewed and fair traded coffee. Our supplier, Plum`s Kaffee, guarantees you environmentally friendly, socially and economically sustainable coffee through the neutral label of its partners. Raw materials are only used purposefully and sparingly and fair working conditions are guaranteed. This ensures that thousands of hectares of forest and farmland are managed according to strict sustainability standards and that workers are treated and paid fairly.
UTZ CERTIFIED is one of the world’s largest sustainability programs for coffee, cocoa and tea: one third of the coffee that trades globally in a sustainable manner is UTZ certified. Sustainability is important to us all. After all, our future is at stake. To make a significant contribution to sustainability, UTZ CERTIFIED has adopted a practical approach that focuses on working with existing brands and companies. Producers need commodities on a large scale – commodities that are produced by farmers in developing countries. The increased sustainability of these raw materials enables them to improve the living standards of a large number of agricultural communities. This will allow you to continue to enjoy the beloved coffee varieties you like, while contributing to a more sustainable environment.
For more information, please click on the above logo of UTZ CERTIFIED to access the German site.
Our Rainforest Alliance certified coffee not only supports organic farming but also offers social benefits. The organization of the Rainforest Alliance deals with the following topics:
- ecological cultivation
- Afforestation of the rainforest
- financial support of small farmers
- social projects, such as school projects and nurseries
- minimum medical care on the plantations
- Establishment and compliance with labor law provisions
- Establishment and verification of minimum wage compliance
For more information, please click on the Rainforest Alliance logo above to access the German site.
To market the best Brazilian coffees, the BSCA was founded. Currently, only about 40 farms meet the requirements of the BSCA. In addition to quality, fair pay is also an important criterion.
For more information, please click on the above logo of the Brazil Specialty Coffee Association to access the English site.