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​Celebrating Swedish Fika at SIAL in Montreal

​Celebrating Swedish Fika at SIAL in Montreal

Press Releases   •   Apr 24, 2018 13:00 GMT

The Swedish tradition of fika is well-known all over the world, something the coffee roaster Löfbergs will pay attention to at SIAL Canada in Montreal May 2ndto 4th. At their showcase Löfbergs will present an homage in the form of Fika, a light dark-roast and well-balanced ground coffee with notes of cacao.

​Löfbergs’s new coffee strengthens young coffee farmers

​Löfbergs’s new coffee strengthens young coffee farmers

Press Releases   •   Feb 20, 2018 07:15 GMT

Good coffee cannot be taken for granted as fewer and fewer young people see a future as coffee farmers. Löfbergs wants to change that. The family-owned coffee roaster presents a new coffee with beans from Ana-Maria and other young farmers in Antioquia in north-western Colombia, combined with carefully selected Arabica beans from Brazil.

​​Löfbergs celebrates Swedish fika

​​Löfbergs celebrates Swedish fika

Press Releases   •   Feb 14, 2018 10:30 GMT

The Swedish tradition of fika is well-known all over the world. The coffee roaster Löfbergs is now presenting an homage in the form of Fika, a light dark-roast and well-balanced ground coffee with notes of cacao. It goes especially well together with a cinnamon roll or a raw food cookie with chocolate and raspberries.

Löfbergs awarded for its sustainability work

Löfbergs awarded for its sustainability work

Press Releases   •   Jan 17, 2018 12:06 GMT

​Löfbergs is once again being acknowledged for its sustainability work. This time, Scandic is handing out its sustainability award to the family-owned coffee roaster. Löfbergs’s sustainability manager Eva Eriksson received the Scandic Sustainability Award 2018 at a ceremony in Stockholm, Sweden.

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​Are you making a difference when choosing certified coffee?

​Are you making a difference when choosing certified coffee?

News   •   Apr 10, 2018 09:39 GMT

What difference do you really make when choosing coffee from certified farms? A big one actually! All according to estimates that the coffee roaster Löfbergs has made.

​Anna Nordström – with a license to trend spot

​Anna Nordström – with a license to trend spot

News   •   Feb 08, 2018 13:21 GMT

She is one of the greatest coffee experts in Europe and has won medals at the Swedish Cupping Championship and the World Cup Tasters Championship. By day, she is working as a Specialty Coffee Manager at the coffee roaster Löfbergs, where one has to know the latest in the coffee world. Here are Anna Nordström’s thoughts about the hottest trends right now.

Sustainability Report 2015/2016

Sustainability Report 2015/2016

News   •   Jan 13, 2017 10:22 GMT

More certified coffee, reduced energy consumption, increased gender equality. That's a way to summarize the sustainability development 2015/2016 for the Löfbergs Group. Of course, much more happened, this you read about in our new sustainability report.

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Volcanically good coffee

Volcanically good coffee

Blog posts   •   Nov 11, 2014 07:02 GMT

"After my in-depth study of the many and often complex flavours of East African coffees, I make my way home again by the winding mountain roads. I am filled with interesting impressions and ideas as well as admiration for how small seeds can grow into the most beautiful coffee trees if handled in the right way."

Dry, but hopeful in Brazil

Dry, but hopeful in Brazil

Blog posts   •   Jun 09, 2014 16:35 GMT

At the beginning of the year, it rains a lot in Brazil. Usually. This year, the country is experiencing its severest drought in a very long time. It has left its marks, especially among Brazilian coffee farmers. But despite the drought and water rationing, our purchaser Martin meets hopeful coffee farmers on his journey in the Brazilian state Minas Gerais.

Africa’s coffee queen

Africa’s coffee queen

Blog posts   •   Mar 18, 2014 08:05 GMT

Travelling is an important part of our job. We spend around 150 days a year visiting coffee farmers around the world. Long-standing and close relations ensure quality and positive development. This time, Therese went to Ethiopia on a journey where she got to meet one of Africa’s coffee queens.

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The organic plantations of the future provide hope

Blog posts   •   Jan 27, 2014 07:37 GMT

Our purchasing and supply manager Martin once again travelled around the mountain slopes of Central America. He met with coffee farmer that are worried about low world-market prices at the same time as they are fighting the biggest outbreak of leaf rust for decades. But he also saw how the transition to more sustainable farming practices provides hope for the future.

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