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Taking coffee forward

As the largest coffee brand in the world, innovation is at the core of everything we do. We embrace the opportunities offered by emerging consumer trends. With three of the world's most iconic coffee brands – Nescafé, Nespresso, and Starbucks – we offer a great experience for everyone, while creating positive impact for society through our sustainability programs.

We continue to strive for taste and quality, and greater sustainability in our coffee. It's why we're leading the way on everything from cold brews to personalizing the coffee experience through smarter machine connectivity. Our aim: to deliver the perfect coffee for everyone.

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Coffee is one of the world's favorite beverages and billions of cups are enjoyed every day. To safeguard the future of coffee, we must work to increase responsible farming and sourcing practices.

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More than a morning pick me up; for some people, coffee is life. So it's crucial we support the people who bring you your daily cup.

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Climate change is reducing the amount of arable land on which it's possible to grow coffee, while water shortages are reducing yields significantly. Our Nestlé plant scientists set out to develop low carbon, drought resistant coffee varieties.

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With the Nescafé Plan 2030, we have defined our sustainability ambition for the next decade. We'll work with farmers to help them adopt regenerative agriculture practices that will help reduce carbon emissions and help improve farms' productivity, with the aim of improving farmers' incomes.