The Global Coffee Platform (GCP) announced that eight of its leading members have championed the launch of a new era of collective action in coffee sustainability. The combined contribution of more than $1.5 million marks the first milestone of the organization's development into "GCP 2.0", an effort to significantly advance coffee smallholders’ sustainability and prosperity.
ofi joined fellow GCP members JDE Peet's, Melitta Group, Mother Parkers' Coffee & Tea, Nescafé, Nespresso, Rabobank and Westrock Coffee Company to raise the first round of funding for the GCP 2030 goal.
Deepak Kaul, senior vice president ofi Coffee, ofi, said, “At ofi, we believe that shared responsibility is imperative for assigning and maximizing resources to help solve the coffee sector’s sustainability challenges. Through collaborative efforts, we can make an impact that extends beyond our individual supply chains to safeguard the future of coffee for farmers, the environment, and the coffee industry.”