A project to enable female coffee producers and female entrepreneurs in Guatemala and to work towards gender equity
Changing landscapes in VietnamVietnam
A new project aims to promote sustainable farming and demonstrate that farmers can positively change the coffee-growing landscape.Read story
Colombian coffee farmers recovering from conflictColombia
In a region emerging from conflict, coffee is giving people a new start.Read story
Building business with Honduran coffee farmersHonduras
A shift in business strategy means more direct relations with farmers and new possibilities.Read story
A shared vision in TanzaniaTanzania
A programme enables men and women to realise a personal vision for their lives and farms.Read story
Reforestation in Costa RicaCosta Rica
A partnership is distributing tens of thousands of native tree saplings to coffee farmers, aiding efforts to restore forests.Read story
Printed calendars offer illustrated guidance on sustainable farming for thousands of coffee growers.
Coffee trader Volcafe has joined the Cool Farm Alliance as part of the Swiss company’s efforts to assess and reduce the environmental footprint of farms in its value chains across 15 origin countries.
Coffee trader Volcafe and CATIE (the Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center) have extended their partnership promoting sustainable practices in coffee production.
Swiss coffee trader Volcafe is making preparations for a carbon-neutral future and beyond. As part of their response to the climate crisis, Volcafe partnered with Sofies Group – now a part of dss+ – to assess and address Volcafe's carbon footprint.
Coffee house Volcafe today launched a new Sustainability Strategy, an ambitious, overarching plan to achieve its vision for a thriving, sustainable coffee business for all.
A Guatemalan project is working to close a gender gap in coffee.
A new school brings safer surroundings and the chance to graduate with a special dual degree.
The partners have built educational facilities for 3,600 young students.
Volcafe has announced an exciting development with the appointment Liesbeth Kamphuis who will be joining Volcafe as Sustainability Director.
Greenhouse-like structures help indigenous communities to raise coffee quality.
At a conference in the Netherlands, Volcafe's Emmanuel Bukomeko presented on efforts to end child labour in Uganda.
Judges praised the coffee's 'aromatic harmony and soft taste' among other qualities.
Located in the Cajamarca coffee region, the 10,000m² mill has capacity to produce 1,500 bags every 24 hours.
At first I was not very convinvced, now I am a promoter of the Volcafe Way... productivity has risen and now the cost is lower.
I am proud to be a member of Volcafe, since 2016 I have observed a lot of increase in productivity from my farm, better quality coffee, and I have earned an extra income from it.
The farm is more beautiful... expenses are less. I was going to leave the farm and thanks to the Volcafe Way we continue here.