PÅTÅR, IKEA’s coffee range is now UTZ certified and organic. We spoke to Vera Mertes and Ulrika Hvistendahl from IKEA to find out how a trip to Peru inspired a communications campaign telling the story of IKEA coffee from cherry to cup.Continue reading
PÅTÅR, IKEA’s coffee range is now UTZ certified and organic. We spoke to Vera Mertes and Ulrika Hvistendahl from IKEA to find out how a trip to Peru inspired a communications campaign telling the story of IKEA coffee from cherry to cup.
IKEA is taking the next step in sustainable food. With the launch of PÅTÅR, the IKEA coffee range sold in their Swedish Food Market is now both UTZ and EU Organic certified.
Over recent years we’ve seen sustainability climb the corporate ladder, to a point where companies have put it at the heart of their business strategy. Justin Leavenworth, UTZ’s new Global Markets Director shares his top 4 trends in corporate sustainability. “It’s no longer a question of getting ahead but not being left behind.”
The Christmas season is often marked by the arrival of gift boxes to your desk. Sustainability is not typically top of mind when it comes to gift box assortments, but the Dutch company, Tastemakers, is changing that. In their latest collaboration for Makro, their assortment includes UTZ labeled Royal Buisman coffee.
Sustainability means different things to different people and there are many ways to tell your story. But it’s easier than you think. Whether you work in retail or food service, coffee, cocoa or tea, UTZ has a wealth of materials and inspirational examples to support your sustainability communication. Find out yourself!
Danish food retailer Dagrofa want to give more sustainable options to everyday consumers with private label Gestus. They are furthering that mission with their latest UTZ labeled tea mix pack, available in Denmark, Greenland and Iceland.
We are often asked what the difference is between the UTZ, Rainforest Alliance and Fairtrade sustainability labels. And what has changed since the merger between UTZ and the Rainforest Alliance? We spoke to Stephanie de Heer, Director of Communications, to explore some of the main similarities and differences.
Wernli features the artwork of the late Swiss artist, Hans Erni, in a new line of special edition biscuit tins. The Swiss cookie manufacturer sources 100% UTZ certified, Swiss processed cocoa and is finding new ways to give back with this latest launch.
Orkla Confectionery and Snacks Norway is a market leader, and aims to have all products 100% sustainably sourced by the end of 2016. It’s taken a concerted effort for a company that only formed in 2013, as Director of Corporate Communications, Robert Rønning, explains.
South African chocolatier, DV Artisan Chocolate, sources UTZ certified cocoa for three of their chocolate ranges. Discover how the company makes a big impact with a small batch approach.