Doing the Right Thing
From the farmers we choose to work with, to the things we do to reduce waste, Cameron’s Coffee is a company committed to doing the right thing. It may sound cliché, but we’re committed to it! Because we’ve found that doing the right thing—for the environment, for the farmers, and for our customers—all directly contribute to our main mission:
MAKE EVERY DAY BRIGHTER
Here at Cameron’s we are deeply committed helping the farmers, families and the nature behind every cup of coffee. When we travel the world for the best beans, we make a point to get to know the farmers, the crews of workers, their families and the land they cultivate. This is their livelihood as well as ours.
We support our farms and farming families in a variety of ways to improve efficiency, sustainability and quality of life. For example:
- Sharing education, technology and innovation resources to increase productivity of our coffee farms.
- Granting access to a new community wet mill in Colombia built to reduce water consumption and increase efficiency, giving farmers better life balance.
- Providing new coffee plants of better quality to ensure thriving and profitable future yields each growing season.
Caring About the Environment
We aim to be good stewards of our environment. We champion the big things and the small things being done to protect the planet. In the decisions and choices we make, we try to do the right thing as it relates to minimizing our footprint and making the world a little brighter.
From reduced water consumption while roasting to using recycled paperboard in our EcoPods packaging to sending coffee by-product to a local composting facility, we’re proud of our green efforts in our facility, packaging and waste stream.
Our EcoPods are made with plant-based materials like corn and beets, and are certified for industrial compost facilities.
That means that the single serves you brew and compost can be broken down into organic matter (with proper application of moisture, heat and oxygen!) At Cameron’s, we support the growth of industrial and municipal composting facilities, because they don’t exist everywhere. For more information on composting, read our blog!
To date, there is no certification for at home composting. However, we’re confident our EcoPods will break down into organic matter (if done properly) because we’ve done our own testing. We’re proud to share that our EcoPods have composted in our own backyard! For more information on how to compost at home visit these knowledgeable websites: here, here, and here!