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Slow coffee from the forest spreads to 1000 farmers in Vietnam, Laos and Indonesia

New collaboration focuses on sustainable forest coffee A new collaboration between the coffee company Slow and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) will support sustainable coffee production with a focus on nature, local communities and biodiversity. Initially, the cooperation includes Laos, Indonesia and Vietnam and is supported by the international organization P4G (State of …

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Coffee Roasts – What are the Differences?

Coffee can be roasted at different temperatures, which directly affects the profile and taste of your delicious cup of coffee. Slow offers four different roasts for every hedonist: light, medium, dark, and very dark roast! Caramel, nuts, cocoa… Coffee comes in countless delicious flavors, which are being loved all over the world. The different shades …

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Slow Coffee Has Received the EU Organic Certification

As a result of hard work and a long process, Slow coffee has received the European Union organic certification for the original 37 farming families. The organic certification means that our coffee has been confirmed to be produced in accordance with the EU organic conditions.  We grow our coffee without artificial fertilizers or chemical pesticides, …

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Slow Protects Forests by Growing Coffee

The key to producing high-quality coffee beans is not just the location where the coffee grows but also the environment surrounding the coffee trees. Coffee trees in Laos are naturally grown in small lots owned by the coffee farmers. The naturally occurring trees have protected and contributed …

Slow Provides Support for Farmers in Laos

One of the most significant parts of Slow’s mission is to help and support farmers in sustaining and improving their livelihoods. For most farmers being cash, poor is part and parcel of life as a small lot coffee farmer. This can be an issue at times in Laos, especially during the harvest season …