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Nespresso Coffee Farmers In Colombia Have Higher Income And Productivity Levels, Study Shows

May 16, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
Coffee farmers who are participating in Nespresso's AAA Sustainable Quality Program in Colombia have better socio-economic conditions, including higher income, better living conditions, and enhanced farm productivity, according to a study by CRECE. Developed in partnership with the Rainforest Alliance, the program aims to produce high-quality green coffee while improving sustainable farming practices and helping promote the welfare of coffee farmers. Results of the study also showed program farmers have a net income more than 40 percent higher than those of farmers not participating in the program in 2011. Higher income lets coffee farmers invest in more fertilizers and resilient coffee varieties, the study also revealed.
"Coffee farmers in Nespresso sustainability programme enjoy better economic and social conditions, study finds", Nestle, May 16, 2013, © Nestle
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