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Quality coffee can boost local economies and benefit farmers – here’s how

Supporting the growth and sale of high-quality coffees can help restore livelihoods and these regions’ economies. Image: REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach/Illustration

Guillaume Le Cunff

CEO, Nestlé Nespresso S.A.

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A farmer member of the Nespresso AAA Academy sorting coffee beans in the Honde Valley in eastern Zimbabwe. Image: Nespresso
Jesca Kagai, a 35-year-old farmer, harvesting coffee cherries on her farm in the Honde Valley in eastern Zimbabwe. Image: Nespresso
Guillaume Le Cunff, CEO, Nestlé Nespresso S.A.
Joseph Kirimbwa, a 33-year-old farmer member of the Nespresso AAA program, is harvesting coffee cherries in his coffee plantation in Mbata in western Uganda. Image: Nespresso

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