Caffè di Artisan is committed to sustainability, community and to minimizing the environmental impact of its product, packaging and process. This has been a key element of our business from sourcing to the production process to the product design for end-use.
We use 100% fully recyclable, food grade, Bisphenol A (BPA)-free packaging customized to our requirements. The aluminium foil used is also fully recyclable.
The box and inner tray are made of paper which is widely recycled. We have deliberately eschewed lamination of our boxes as lamination prevents/reduces recycling. This choice means that occasionally the Caffè di Artisan box received by you may be slightly damp due to condensation during transport. This issue could have been easily addressed by laminating the box, but we chose to opt for a fully recyclable box. We are sure you will agree that this minor issue is small price to pay to ensure environmentally friendly packaging. Incidentally, the box dries out really fast and the product quality is not impacted at all!
We see our role as facilitating coffee growing communities towards abundance and sustainable
growing, across the several regions we source from – these regions are spread across the globe,
from Ethiopia to Colombia to India. Some of our coffee beans are sourced directly from farmers
and farming communities.
The Caffè di Artisan range includes Certified Fair Trade and organic coffee and we are committed to increase this proportion over time.
Caffè di Artisan's liquid luxury coffee is made from pure water and premium coffee beans. That's it. No preservatives. None whatsoever.
No chemicals or effluents are generated as part of the production process. The coffee grounds generated are compostable. Used coffee grounds are rich in Nitrogen, which is one of the three important nutrient components of an effective fertilizer. Worms love used coffee grounds and turn them into 'black gold' for plants.
As Caffè di Artisan's production process is artisanal, the power consumption is also kept to a
minimum. The power consumption is significantly lower than what would be the case in most
other packaged coffee production processes, reducing the environmental load and carbon
Plus, of course, the product is so designed that there is no additional power consumed by the end consumer either, unlike in machine made coffees.