Coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the world. Yet, the coffee industry faces significant social, economic, and environmental sustainability challenges. Through our coffee certification program, tailored supply chain services, advocacy, and landscape management, the Rainforest Alliance is working towards a more sustainable coffee sector.
This page features information about the Rainforest Alliance's work in coffee and links to all our coffee-related content and resources.
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Reforestation is at the heart of Eko Purnomowidi's work at Klasik Beans, a Rainforest Alliance Certified coffee cooperative he co-founded in West Java, Indonesia.[Read more...]
Building upon years of experience and expertise in the coffee sector, the Rainforest Alliance Regenerative Coffee Scorecard offers both certified and non-certified supply chain actors a voluntary tool
Regenerative Coffee Scorecard
We are partnering with local organizations and coffee farmers to set up Household Energy Centers (HECs)—community-based enterprises that will increase access to clean and affordable energy technologies.[Read more...]
Coffee farmers protect forests and biodiversity, build their farms’ climate resilience, promote human rights, and improve livelihoods. Here are five remarkable individuals who motivate us even more than the coffee they grow.[Read more...]
The Rainforest Alliance Certified coffee farm that María Esther Saut Niño owns with her husband has become a model for area farmers.[Read more...]
For the Rainforest Alliance’s Claudia Medrano, preventing child labor in Guatemala’s coffee landscapes is personal[Read more...]