Nescafé has unveiled plans to invest one billion Swiss francs – over $1bn – in scaling up regenerative agriculture methods and environmentally sustainable coffee farming worldwide over the coming decade, as part of parent company Nestlé’s drive to halve its greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.

The world’s largest coffee brand, which is owned by Swiss consumer goods giant Nestlé, today published its Nescafé Plan 2030, through which it is aiming to source 20 per cent of its coffee from regenerative agricultural methods by 2025, rising to 50 per cent by the end of the decade.

The firm is also aiming to ensure 100 per cent of its coffee is responsibly sourced worldwide by 2025 – a feat it claims to have already achieved within the UK and Ireland – up from 82 per cent at present, while helping its farmers plant more than 20 million trees at or near their

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