Peet’s mission since 1966 has been to bring our customers the highest quality coffee. And from the start, we’ve held the belief that true quality cannot be achieved without social, environmental and economic sustainability. Where the land is respected and the people who farm it live well, the coffee is—quite simply—better.
Recently, there’s been a great deal of focus on certification in the coffee world. And while various certifications address various aspects of sustainable production, they cannot ensure both the quality and the sustainability of the coffee in your cup. This is why Peet’s goes beyond certification in a variety of ways.
We forge long-term, direct relationships with our coffee partners, whose quality earns them premium prices that are substantially higher than market prices and always above the Fair Trade CertifiedTM brand price.
We help educate coffee farmers on how to improve their coffee quality as well as support and donate to organizations dedicated to bettering the lives of people who live in coffee-growing regions.
We are committed to sustainability from source to cup; we roast 100% of our coffees in the first LEED® Gold certified roasting facility in the nation.