Blue Bottle Coffee has committed to achieving carbon neutrality across its international supply chain by 2024.
The company intends to reduce its emissions in collaboration with its coffee producers by implementing and sustaining regenerative agricultural practices.
According to the producer, its four key goals over 2021 are to reduce GHG emissions across the dairy, waste, electricity and coffee sourcing sectors of its operations.
The brand also said that its next steps will involve supporting carbon removal and high-quality greenhouse gas (GHG) offsetting projects.
Its next year is set to involve “fundamental changes” to the manufacturer’s business model, with the company scheduled to publish its accelerated roadmap to carbon neutrality in 2022.
“Since our founding in 2002, sustainability has been a core value at Blue Bottle,” Blue Bottle Coffee chief executive Karl Strovink said.
“Sustainability for us means caring for people and planet.
“We are steadfast in providing guests with the highest quality coffee and café experience without the need to compromise on our values.
“We invite guests to join us in forging positive changes, from wasting less and reusing more to adopting new product offerings with lower environmental footprints.
“We are committed to accelerating progress but cannot do this alone.”