Each roasted coffee bean by Nectar of Life Coffee is brought from different parts of the world. All the beans are of top Arabica coffee gourmet quality which brings the best taste. There are various blended forms of coffee that are roasted using a different process. This helps to keep their natural aroma and taste. When a person purchases organic coffee from Nectar of Life Coffee then they are directly helping environment and farmers.
- No harmful chemicals: Many coffee beans cultivators use pesticides and chemicals to grow coffee beans. But this is not the case with organic coffee farming of roasted coffee beans. With the use of chemicals, the farmers are the ones who are basically getting harmed. Also with the chemicals, the farmers are getting sick and then they are out of work for a longer period of time. Organic farming is a simple way of saving farmers and giving them a proper healthy environment to work in.
- Box recycling: There are certain wholesale clients who bring back the boxes after few weeks they have been delivered. These boxes are again used for packing and again boxes are brought back. The chain of using the boxes continues till the box is no longer be able to use again. Once the box losses their states then they are recycled. This is one unique way of preventing the environment from being polluted.
- Promoting organic farming: With the increase in a number of clients and ongoing pre-orders, there are others who have started organic farming. In this way, people are getting much healthier food item for a healthy living future. Fertilizers is a fast way to growing the crops but traditional and organic ways keep both the land and workers in a safe environment.
- Use of Fair Trade: The process of extracting coffee beans is different from other crops. There are farmers who are having very fewer resources for the extraction process. When these farmers sell the extracted coffee beans then they are given a lesser price than fixed rate. Nectar of Life understands the hard work and farmers get a certificate under fair trade to grow coffee beans. The prices given to farmers are set little higher than the price of the market. When the Fair Trade farmer grows coffee bean according to standards then they earn a good amount for their hard work.