After Hurricane Maria destroyed the island’s coffee crop, recovery has been uncertain.
Starbucks powers its U.S. and Canada stores with 100 percent renewable energy.
Agronomists from Starbucks Farmer Support Centers from nine countries gathered in Puerto Rico for a conference to share their experiences and learn from each other.
New recyclable lid is the answer to eliminating plastic straws.
Starbucks and Conservation International are partnering to make coffee the world’s first sustainable agricultural product.
Hurricane Maria destroyed millions of Puerto Rico’s coffee trees. Starbucks is part of a task force that is helping the island’s coffee crop recover.
Using accelerator grants to stimulate break-through solutions from entrepreneurs, Starbucks and Closed Loop partners launch NextGen Cup Challenge to bring a fully sustainable solution for cups to market, with a three-year ambition.
Breeding and selecting new varietals is helping create solutions to counter the effects of global warming on coffee trees – and it’s happening at Starbucks’ Costa Rican farm Hacienda Alsacia