Nespresso becomes founding participant of Partnership for Central America

June 14, 2021

In her role overseeing diplomacy in Northern Triangle -- El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras -- and Mexico, vice president Kamala Harris recently announced a call to action for businesses and social enterprises to commit to the people of the region to address the root causes of migration by promoting economic opportunities.

As part of this call to action, Nespresso said it joined as founding participant the Partnership for Central America, which was created for private organizations to provide economic support and social development.

Nespresso said it aims to support the local economy with at least $150 million spent across coffee purchases, price premiums and technical assistance by 2025. This commitment more than doubles both the number of coffee farms it works with and total coffee volumes, the coffee company said.


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