AS COFFEE LOVERS, WE HAVE A SENSE OF RESPONSIBILTY IN
PURSUING SUSTAINABLE CHOICES, GIVING BACK TO
OUR FARMING COMMUNITIES. WE VALUE GOOD
ETHICS AND TRANSPARENCY.
TRACEABILITY, DIRECT SOURCING & PROJECTS AT ORIGIN
RESPECT FOR ENVIRONMENT AND COMMUNITY
At Chronicle Coffee Roasters we strive to implement and promote ethics and practices that show respect for our environment and community. We respect our coffee lover’s and our farmers to educate and uplift people. We reduce waste, re-use and recycle. We also encourage our partners to implement sustainable programs from re-useable packaging options and renewable energy sources. We support and promote a culture of responsible sustainability at every touch point of our business operations.
Chronicle Coffee Roasters have a continuous program of working with farmers to research, develop, share knowledge as well as giving back directly to our farmers.
Traceability and direct sourcing are the foundation of the third wave coffee movement.
At Chronicle Coffee Roasters we support charities in Mexico, Guatemala, Ethiopia, and Colombia. We have partnered to give back to support women’s health, feeding farmers, education and increasing coffee farmers accessibility to much needed supplies.
FOOD 4 FARMERS
Food 4 Farmers was the result – created to help fill the gap between income provided by current coffee standards and certifications, and the income required to build a better quality of life for coffee farmers, their families, and communities.
When thoughts of tropical venues are at their strongest. The question we asked ourselves was a simple one - what can we do, as coffee consumers and as operators of coffee business, to ensure the success of our coffee growing partners in those far away tropical settings? We all owe much to coffee and there is much we can do to see our success reflected in the lives of those we depend on for coffee.
PUEBLO A PUEBLO
Pueblo a Pueblo is committed to improving access to health care, education, and sustainable livelihoods in coffee-growing communities through integrated school- and community-based programs.
GROUNDS FOR HEALTH
Since 1996, Grounds for Health has worked in Latin America and Africa to address one of the most significant disparities in women’s health globally. Cervical cancer is a nearly 100% treatable disease, and yet in the next 15 years it could kill almost 4.5 million women – 85% of whom will live in developing countries.