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The authentic Made in Italy Espresso in a 100% compostable capsule

Always attentive to the environmental impact of our blends, at Caffè Haiti Roma we have been looking for a more and more sustainable packaging, and at the same time able to guarantee the high quality standards of our coffees in order to offer our customers the famous “delight in the cup”. Well, after many attempts…
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An eye on coffee grounds

When talking about environmental sustainability, it is high the everyday commitment of many individuals who try to turn waste into raw material; after the sneakers made of coffee grounds and recycled plastic, the latest invention that caught up our attention is about another everyday item: the glasses. As we read on the main information websites,…
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1st October, International Coffee Day

Ode to coffee, the faithful friend who accompanies us throughout the day, ready to give us energy and give us a restorative break. So why not celebrate it with a dedicated day? Since 2015, the debut year of the International Coffee Day, wanted by the International Coffee Organization as part of Expo 2015, every year…
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Welcome BioEccellenze!

By the will of three historical companies from Lazio Region, namely Caffè Haiti Roma, Perino e Perino e Biosolidale, BioEccellenze is born, with the aim to propose both in Italy and abroad artisanal quality products. This new starting point aims at strenghtening always more in future years the presence of the companies abroad by the means of a shared strategy. Such…
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World Fairtrade Challenge

Also this year, being at its fourth edition, Caffè Haiti Roma will support and join the Fairtrade initiative dedicated to making citizens and consumers aware of the importance of fairly pay raw materials such as coffee, cocoa, fresh fruit, tea and sugar, grown with dedication by farmers from the developing countries. “It makes us glad…
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Federgrossisti-ICA, Altoga and FIPE take the field against acrylamide uproar

Some days ago Federgrossisti (Confederation of Food Wholesalers) – ICA (Italian Coffee Association), Altoga (Association of Lombardy coffee roasters, coffee importers and wholesale food retailers) and FIPE (Italian Confederation of Public Establishments) took the field to promptly reject – by means of a joint announcement – the accusations on coffee and its carcinogetic feature, due to the presence of acrylamide. As shown during…
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