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Kenco (part of Mondelēz International)

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Kenco's parent company, Mondelez International, was previously named Kraft Foods.

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12 May 2015

Honduras: Kenco launches project for young coffee entrepreneurs, aiming to help them avoid joining violent gangs‏

Author: Rebecca Burn-Callander, The Telegraph

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8 January 2007

Reflecting Trend Toward Global Companies Embracing Sustainability, McDonald’s UK Puts Rainforest Alliance Certified Coffee on the Menu

Author: Rainforest Alliance

...McDonald's UK [announced today that it] will be sourcing all of its coffee beans from farms certified by the...Rainforest Alliance. Starting Wednesday, January 10, all 1,200 McDonald's restaurants in the United Kingdom and Ireland will sell...

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28 February 2005

The rich aroma of large profits

Author: Tom Wall, New Statesman

Fair trade special issue - Big companies are now offering their own ethical brands. Is this a genuine conversion or just an attempt to cash in on a growing market?...[Nestlé] it is not alone in eyeing up the ethical market. Kraft [part of Altria] -...

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22 November 2004

Forget Maxwell House. Would you like a cup of Kenco Sustainable? [UK]

Author: Simon Bowers, Guardian [UK]

The two largest coffee roasters in Britain, Nestlé and Kraft Foods [part of Altria], are planning to launch their own ethically aware brands next year...Kraft's plans have outraged the Fairtrade Foundation...Fairtrade believes a proliferation of rival...

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9 September 2004

Coffee industry to agree improved standards

Author: Hugh Williamson

Coffee producers and four of the world's largest coffee companies will on Friday seal a far-reaching agreement to improve working conditions and environmental standards across their volatile industry. The Common Code for the Coffee Community is...

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