WHY CHOOSE DON MASLOW COFFEE

  • Drinking our coffee saves the rainforest. 3cm2 of the rainforest is saved for every cup of our coffee you drink.
  • Don Maslow coffee is delicious. Most of our customers comment on its smooth, rich taste and chocolate aroma.
  • We use solar powered drying mills and new farming methods. This saves on firewood and increased coffee yield.
  • We invest in community spirit. We look to build partnership with small businesses.

PROBLEMS WE SOLVE

  • A fifth of our fresh water is found in tropical rainforests. Protecting the rainforest will protect these fresh water supplies.
  • At the current rate of depletion, it is estimated that 5-10% of tropical rainforest species will be lost per decade. Protecting the rainforest will preserve these habitats.
  • More that 120 million coffee farmers’ livelihoods depend on coffee. We work with some of the smallest farms in Honduras.
  • Two thirds of the Earth’s plant species are found in tropical rainforest. Our work directly contributes to its protection.
  • A full 32% of the 78m tons of plastic packaging produced annually is left to flow into the oceans. Our packaging is 100% compostable.

Don Maslow Coffee

Coffee that saves the rainforest. 3cm2 of rainforest is saved for every cup of our coffee that is consumed. We use renewable energy to process our coffee and our packaging is 100% compostable.

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