We believe in the sustainability of the Brazilian coffee chain through respect of labor and environmental laws, considered one of the most rigorous in the world, as well by the solid economic outcome generated year by year. Therefore we source our coffee from certified farmers only. The main coffee producing regions of Brazil are located in states in which rural properties have, on average, a percentage of their area dedicated to native vegetation conservation above the amount required by the Brazilian Forestry Code. In the state of Minas Gerais this amounts to 34% of the area; in the state of Espírito Santo, 33%; in the state of São Paulo, 22%, and in the state of Bahia, 45% of the area is dedicated to conservation.

Better known as the Stockholm Conference, several principles were established to guide the environmental policies for the whole planet, with the following pillars:

  1. Human Rights
  2. National Resources Management
  3. Pollution Prevention
  4. Environment and Warfare Material