Sociální Zodpovědnost

 Máme mnoho důvodů proč můžeme být na naše produkty a služby pyšní, vzhledem k našemu vztahu k inovaci a kvalitě. Pod tím vším se také skrývá mnohaletá odhodlanost k sociální zodpovědnosti.

Costa Rica has always been the land where it is produced the best coffee in the world, but the poor profitability of the coffee compared to the stock exchange, pushes more and more farmers to leave their cultivation to focus on more profitable activities. This represents a loss for the farmers themselves, for their communities, and for all coffee lovers.

We are proud to support the Banco Alimentare della Toscana with a part of our coffee.


The "Banco Alimentare della Toscana" helps over 100,000 people by providing food to around 600 charitable institutions received from companies or from individuals.

We support free, and we are doing it from many years, the Istituti Alberghieri with our CaffeinAula project. We are offering teachers the opportunity to host our specialized training courses, taught by our staff, performed directly in their classes and we are making sure that their students receive a solid theoretical and practical education

The reduction of our environmental impact is a continuous source of commitment, both in the choice of materials, both in the rationalization of energy choices, in order to decrease the environmental effects arising from production.

Since 2008, more than half of the electricity we use is self-produced by our solar park located

Our collaboration with NUCAFE, the union of small coffee farmers in Uganda, enabled and enable to support thousands of families of farmers with fair prices, pre-financing without interest, accelerated payments and other benefits.

This collaboration led to Omukwano brand, that means "friendship" in Luganda language, which characterizes

coffee in Dominican Republic

The collaboration with Oxfam Italia, which gave birth to Jamao Coffee, represented a considerable experience in the collaboration between companies and NGOs for a social support project.

In 2000 we began our partnership with Oxfam Italia (at the time named "Ucodep") to support them in their project “Vivir la montaña”, which