Peeze

Peeze

Coffee roaster Peeze has launched a unique product on the market with its sustainable Fairtrade coffee. In collaboration with Max Havelaar and FairClimateFund, the entire CO₂ emission has been reduced to zero within the coffee chain itself, through reduction and compensation. Compensation takes place at the source for coffee farmers in Ethiopia through FairClimateFund’s climate project for cleaner wood ovens.

Peeze is an Arnhem coffee roasting company with great ambitions. Peeze wants to redefine good coffee. Because: you can only make really good coffee if the entire coffee making process is good. If you are good for both the farmers and our planet. Peeze’s goal? Making fair trade coffee the norm. Peeze does this by working closely together and being personally involved in the entire coffee process. In this way, the coffee supplier wants to make the coffee sector a better place. Coffee could be fairer. Must be more honest. And they work on that every day at Peeze.

Sustainable coffee means that the climate effects in the coffee chain from production to distribution are reduced as much as possible. For example, in 1994 Peeze (together with Probat) developed an environmentally friendly coffee roaster. The coffee roaster reuses warm air released during the roasting process. This allows Peeze to use 50% less energy than conventional coffee roasters. In addition, the roastery uses 100% natural electricity. The remaining emissions are compensated with Gold standard/Fairtrade Carbon credits.

The credits are created with a cookstove project in one of the company’s coffee chains: on the coffee plantations in Ethiopia. This project not only creates emission rights, but also contributes to the energy transition in the country and improves the health and gender equality of the local community. Find out more about this project? Then also view our project page.

The Coffee Roasting Company even traveled to Ethiopia to visit the coffee projects. The trip gives a good picture of the projects and the impact they have on local coffee farmers and their families. Read the blog here.

For more informations: www.peeze.nl

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