Good coffee brands in Australia, such as Seven Seeds, Code Black Coffee, Axil Coffee Roasters, and Aucuba Coffee Roasters. Considering from the sustainability perspective, the good coffee brands share many common features in sustainable development.
Considering from the source perspective, the good coffee brands use local and seasonal raw materials to control the cost of haulage, reducing the negative environmental impacts of transport. When the local and seasonal raw materials are used, these brands do not have to purchase raw materials from some places far away, reducing the emission of dioxide carbon created by delivery tools in long distance transportation . At the same time, these good brands cooperate with environmentally positive farms, asking them to supply the raw materials for their products. This has also promoted the sustainable development of these brands because they control the emission of their products started from the production of the raw materials, ensuring that all their products are friendly to the environment.
Considering from the social perspective, these good coffee brands treat all customers fairly with the same services, letting all customers feel that they are respected when they consume in their stores. Both rich and poor consumers are receiving the same services. At the same time, these good coffee brands actively engage in the development of around communities, developing good relationships with the around communities and participating in the environmental activities proposed by communities, such as plastic bag banning program. Considering from the environmental protection perspective, these good coffee brands have a high sense of environmental protection. They are not only adapting to advanced technologies to reduce waste, but also providing reusable boxes and crates to consumers, recycling these boxes and crates to manage waste. Overall, the good coffee brands use sustainable resources to reduce the amount of waste going to landfill.
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