Regenwald Biofood GmbH


Sickingenstr. 20-28
10553 Berlin

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Phone: +49 30 28470070
Fax: +49 30 88677922
Grüne Woche 2019

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Our idea:

Your pleasure is our business. Thus we are convinced that everybody, from the coffee grower to the coffee drinker, should benefit from exceptional quality.
As a genuinely natural product, Rainforest Coffee combines original taste with social responsibility and a natural manufacturing process.


Coffee is grown in over 70 countries and every coffee has its own distinctive flavour. Climate, region, soil conditions and many other parameters have an influence on aroma and taste. Just like wine, every coffee has its own story to tell …
The coffee tree is probably among the most sensitive plants on earth. It only grows in certain regions which provide just the right amount of sunshine, rain and wind. Above all, coffee does not tolerate frost. This is why almost all coffee regions, such as Brazil, Ethiopia or even Australia, have something in common: They all lie between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn, the so-called “coffee belt ”.


Smallholders and cooperatives in the coffee-producing countries try to hold their own against the large-scale production of the big plantations by enhancing the quality of their coffees. Certificates document the effort which is made to distinguish those coffees from cheap and inferior varieties.
Many smallholders mainly cultivate precious Arabica beans in highland regions where harvesting is hard work: the coffee cherries are picked by hand, which guarantees that only the red, ripe fruits are selected while the green ones remain on the trees, and the rotten ones are sorted out.
Moreover, these producers use organic instead of chemical fertilizers, so that both ecological and qualitative benefits can be achieved.

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