Investing in Biodiversity: Sustainable Agriculture in Latin America Makes Good Business Sense
eco.business Fund releases series of crop profiles relating to coffee, sugar and cocoa
Luxembourg, 27 February 2018 – By the time a hot cup of coffee is being poured into a cup, it has taken an average of three years from the time the coffee plant seed sprouted, potentially posing a number of environmental and social challenges along the way. It may also likely be a variety from a Latin American country, some of which are among the largest coffee producers in the world, and has an increasing likelihood to carry a sustainability certification. This type of information is now available in a series of crop profiles on coffee, sugar, and cocoa, published by the eco.business Fund (the Fund) to encourage discussions and investments in sustainable agriculture.