Subjects: Ecological issues
Löfbergs awarded for its sustainability report
Löfbergs shares its sustainability successes and challenges in its sustainability report. The family-owned coffee roaster is now being awarded the Hallbars Sustainability Report Awards for its latest report. As a national winner, Löfbergs will be representing Sweden in the international final.
Löfbergs and others in the Haga Initiative decrease their emissions
The ninth climate disclosure by the Haga Initiative shows that 11 of 12 member companies have reached the climate target by 2020, which is one year faster than planned. The coffee roaster Löfbergs is one of them. Altogether, the companies of the Haga Initiative have reduced their own emissions by 1.5 million tonnes of CO2e since they started measuring.
- Ten years with transparent climate targe
Second Shot on coffee grounds
Drinks made of coffee grounds are low in caffeine and have a mild coffee flavour.
Fill the portafilter with grounds just as you would when making an espresso.
Shorten the brewing time to 5 seconds.
Add 4-5 cl coffee syrup.
Add frothed milk, perhaps oat or pea milk, which are rich and bring out the flavours in a nice way.
With less sugar
Mix vanilla sugar and cardam
Reuse the coffee grounds
Reuse, refine and enjoy one more time. Coffee grounds can be used for a lot of good things. Here are some of them.
Have a Coffee Break with International Coffee Partners
Löfbergs believes in creating and learning together with others. In 2001, Löfbergs co-founded International Coffee Partners together with a number of other family-owned coffee companies. In a new serie of videos International Coffee Partners shares the motivations and aims behind the work.
Löfbergs's sustainability work – Because we want, can and have to
There are many reasons why sustainability work is high on the agenda at Löfbergs Coffee Group. That it permeates everything we do and our entire value chain – from bean to cup. The past year was no exception.
The development of Löfbergs’s sustainability work in 2018/2019
Löfbergs adopted its first environmental policy back in 1992. Since then, the company has worked with concrete targets and measures in the sustainability field, in the producing countries as well as at home. The company is now presenting its sustainability report for the most recent financial year.
Löfbergs has halved its climate impact
The goal was to cut the company’s emissions of greenhouse gases with 40 per cent by 2020. Löfbergs has now reached that goal. Less travelling by air and an increase of the share of Bio LPG are two of the adopted measures that have been contributory factors for Löfbergs’s decrease of its emissions with 50 per cent per produced ton of coffee compared to the base year of 2005.
For the next generation
The future. We do not know that much about it or what it will look like. But there is one thing we know for sure; it is coming. Faster than we imagine. Actually, there is one more thing. We know that the decisions we make and what we do today affect the future and how it will be. I believe it is an opportunity we have to make the most of.
Today, it is impossible not to think of Greta Thunberg w
Löfbergs receives newly instituted equality award
The coffee roaster Löfbergs receives the Genius Award 2019 that acknowledges successful equality work. Löfbergs is awarded for its fine work for social sustainability within its own organization and in the surrounding world.
Löfbergs won the Bronze Award at SIAL Innovation 2019
Today the Swedish coffee roaster Löfbergs won a prestigious Bronze Award in the SIAL Innovation competition 2019 for its assortment of iced coffee. The prize was awarded at the SIAL Fair in Toronto. The fair is one of North America's largest fairs for the food industry with over 1,000 exhibitors and 18,000 professional visitors.
"Now I am a passionate coffee farmer"
It is Tuesday morning and the mist is slowly lifting in the small mountain village of Heliconia in Antioquia in northwest Colombia. We are on our way home to Emilio Gonzalés, one of the participants of Next Generation Coffee, Löfbergs' initiative for the next generation of coffee farmers.
Swedish ICE Coffee and FIKA at the RC Show
Their organic, Fairtrade labelled ICE Coffee has become the Swedes favorite. How popular will it be in Canada? At the RC Show in Toronto February 24-26 you will find out. Here, the Swedish coffee roaster Löfbergs, a family business founded in 1906, will offer both cold and warm coffee drinks, now available in Canada.
New climate-smarter coffee packaging
In stores now: The new climate-smarter packaging from Löfbergs. By replacing some of the fossil plastics with a plant-based alternative, the climate impact is reduced with about 30 per cent.
Löfbergs buys into Humm Europe
It is all set that Löfbergs will be a part-owner of Humm Europe. The family-owned coffee roaster is buying a minority holding in the Sweden-based company that produces and sells Humm Kombucha, one of the leading brands on the market.
Nordic Choice praises Löfbergs’s sustainability work
The coffee roaster Löfbergs is being praised for its sustainability work once again. The company has received the Sustainability Award, an award given by Nordic Choice Hotels. Eva Eriksson, quality and sustainability director at Löfbergs, thinks it is especially great to be acknowledged by the company’s own customers.
Löfbergs is rocking it in Finland and Estonia, co-operation with Live Nation!
It is all set that Löfbergs will be the Live Nation coffee partner at concerts in Finland next year. It means that more than hundreds of thousands music lovers will get the opportunity to taste the hot and cold beverages from the Swedish coffee roaster.
New sustainability report: Löfbergs reduces its climate impact
Despite an increase in production, Löfbergs continues to reduce its climate impact, thanks to energy efficiencies and a growing proportion of renewable energy. At the same time, the family-owned coffee roaster sells a record amount of certified coffee – and educate more small-scale coffee farmers than ever before. This is presented in Löfbergs’s new sustainability report.
Kathrine Löfberg speaks at national coffee conference in Canada
November 6, the Coffee Association of Canada arrange their annual conference in Toronto. This year the theme is “Craft of Coffee”. Kathrine Löfberg, chair at the Swedish coffee roaster Löfbergs is specially invited to speak about Löfbergs and the passion for good, sustainable coffee.
Swedish coffee roaster brings extra energy to Team Hasselborg
In February, they won the Olympic gold medal in curling. Team Hasselborg is now fully focused on the Grand Slam of Curling with six tournaments in Canada. With the season approaching, the team begins cooperating with the Swedish coffee roaster Löfbergs that recently established in Canada.