The path towards obtaining raw materials from responsible sources has been gradual and continuous, being a commitment based on the joint efforts of all parties involved.
Obtaining coffee from a responsible source means knowing in detail the groups of farmers that supply green coffee, having the guarantee of certification provided by independent organizations in a certain set of social, environmental, economic, health and/or safety aspects.
In the specific case of Nestlé in Portugal, currently, in the coffee roasting carried out at the Porto factory, only 100% responsible sourced coffee is used.
Nestlé has active partnerships with different associations which define and validate the criteria that ensure its classification as responsibly sourced coffee. To obtain this classification it is necessary to guarantee conditions that are based on economic, social and environmental dimensions - which protect not only the planet and the environment, but also the communities of coffee producers.
All these criteria are recognised by external entities and validated by independent organisations, such as 4C Services and/or the Rainforest Alliance, which work together with accredited local auditors to assess practices in accordance with established standards.
riteria 4C – Common Code Association for the Coffee Community – ensure that coffee cultivation does not contribute to deforestation and loss of biodiversity; that good agricultural practices and soil, water and air protection are used during coffee production; that human and labor rights are respected; and that farmers have adequate training.
In addition to these aspects, we are also working to ensure that by 2030, 50% of coffee comes from Regenerative Agriculture.
<b>NESTLÉ PROFESSIONAL</b> announces another significant step forward in its commitment to sustainability.
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The BUONDI Surf Sessions returned to the Portuguese beaches and invited children and adults with motor, visual or cognitive disabilities for an adapted surf lesson.
BUONDI's outdoor tables and chairs contribute to the commitment to sustainability by being made of 100% recyclable plastic and already incorporating more than 50% recycled plastic.
BUONDI intends to continue to have a proactive and pedagogical role in this field, accelerating as much as possible and on concrete issues, solutions that are environmentally and socially sustainable and responsible
BUONDI parasols are the product of a partnership with Ezpeleta and Pureti. Made of sprayed fabric using Pureti technology, these terrace sunshades make the air cleaner through the action of the sunlight and water vapour.
BUONDI has just launched new packaging designed to be recycled. BUONDI Prestige, in 1kg packs – intended for professional clients – is the first to be provided in packaging material made of 100% recyclable plastic for disposal in the yellow recycling bins.
BUONDI Surf Sessions have returned to the Portuguese beaches. The 6th edition is here, this time with the grand debut of the first sustainable eco boards adapted to special needs.
The Ecomobile, developed by BUONDI, followed all the brand's events held on the beaches.
BUONDI has a strong identification with the lifestyle associated with surfing. A relaxed way of life, with respect for people and the planet.