Löfbergs strengthens the board of directors with Rosie Kropp
Rosie Kropp has been appointed to the board of directors of the Swedish based coffee group Löfbergs. Rosie is a senior advisor in brand development, transformation and marketing. She has 25 years of experience from senior leadership positions in global companies and consulting firms.
Coffee packages in fully recyclable mono-material about to become reality at Löfbergs
By 2030, Swedish based coffee group Löfbergs strive to be 100 % circular, which includes only using packages that are recyclable and made from renewable or recycled materials. In a recent project, Löfbergs has reached revolutionary results – successful pilot tests of what likely is the world’s first high barrier soft plastic PE mono-material prototype for coffee.
Companies create mutual value in circular community
The number of companies in the Circular Coffee Community is growing steadily, and the first solutions and business models are starting to sprout. The community, founded by Swedish based coffee group Löfbergs, wants to make coffee 100 percent circular.
Milestone for Löfbergs: Started roasting coffee with fossil-free bioLPG
The roasting process has been one of the great sustainability challenges for the coffee group Löfbergs for a long time. Now, the family-owned coffee roaster has found a solution. The company started roasting with 100% fossil-free bioLPG at its facility in Karlstad, Sweden, last week, which significantly reduces Löfbergs’s climate impact.
“Promoting equality is something we need to work with 365 days a year”
Celebrate women's achievement. Raise awareness against bias. Take action for equality. These are three aspects that Kathrine Löfberg, chair of the board at Swedish based coffee group Löfbergs, bears in mind on International Women’s Day – and every other day of the year.
25 years with organic coffee
On 7 March, 25 years has passed since the coffee group Löfbergs as the first larger coffee roaster in Sweden produced the first package of organic coffee. There was not much of a demand and few people were willing to pay extra for sustainably certified coffee, but the family-owned coffee roaster was still convinced that this was the future. Today, Löfbergs’s entire assortment is certified.
"Being cool has never been so hot" - a webinar about climate action within the coffee sector
Climate change is a global challenge and climate action a global responsibility. The coffee sector makes no difference. To find out more about what the coffee sector can and should do, we invite you to the webinar “Being cool has never been so hot” on Tuesday March 16.
Coffee comes full circle: First ever 3D printed coffee station made from waste
Swedish coffee group Löfbergs is collaborating with 3D print entrepreneur Sculptur to transform coffee production waste into brand new coffee stations. The collaboration is part of the Circular Coffee Community and the pursuit of the group’s ambition of zero coffee waste by 2030. The World’s first 3D printed waste-based coffee station is already in operation and more are underway.
He is the new CEO of Löfbergs
The Swedish-based coffee group Löfbergs has appointed Anders Fredriksson as new CEO. Anders has 20 years’ experience of management positions and is currently CEO of Norrmejerier, a Swedish diary company with a variety of national and international brands.
“Inclusion and diversity is our way forward”
We believe in inclusion and diversity. In the power of an inclusive culture that makes the most of the power of diversity among co-workers. It helps us to see new perspectives and makes us smarter and more profitable. We start with ourselves, but we are also doing what we can to inspire others to make sure that more of us use our voices to contribute to a more inclusive society.
"The future is circular"
Coffee is amazing! We love the smell and taste. We love how it wakes us up in the morning. We love how it brings people together and generates conversations and togetherness. We also know that coffee could mean so much more. The full potential of coffee is not being used today. We want to change that to contribute to a 100 per cent circular production and consumption of coffee, without any waste.
"Small in some aspects, but large enough to make a difference"
This past year was one of the most important ones when it comes to sustainability – and one of the toughest. This put great demands on us and our business, and in our view, we can and must contribute to a sustainable development in line with Agenda 2030.