Every year on 1 October, the world comes together to celebrate coffee and recognise the millions of people across the globe – from farmers, to roasters, baristas, coffee shop owners and more – who work hard to create and serve the beverage we all love.
Coffee has never been more popular, with an estimated 3 billion cups consumed every day, a number which continues to rise. The diverse mix of global celebrations that take place on International Coffee Day truly showcase coffee as one of the world’s most loved beverages.
Whilst this is a time for celebration, leading up to and during ICD each year, we also focus on how to continue to improve coffee’s future. At present, in spite of growing demand, coffee faces a dramatic issue, as the prices that producers receive today are more than 30% below the average of the last ten years, threatening the livelihoods of coffee farmers and their families.
This year we’re on a collectivemission to help coffee farmers around the world receive a fair, living income.
But to do it we need your help, find out more – Click here
Our Mocha Slab Bar in the spotlight today on
INTERNATIONAL COFFEE DAY 2019
Coffee’s future is in jeopardy. Coffee farmers aren’t making enough to live on and prices are at an all time low. If things don’t change farmers will no longer be able to produce coffee beans, putting your cup of coffee under threat.
But there is something you can do to help.