300,000 coffee and cocoa farming families at risk of not complying with the European Union Regulation on Deforestation

Coffee Drinks
Regulation & Compliances
Sustainability & Environmental Impact
Published Feb 21, 2024

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A study by Solidaridad and the Business Alliance for the Amazon has assessed the impact of the European Union's deforestation-free products regulation on Peru's coffee and cocoa value chains. The study revealed that 51% of coffee exports and 29% of cocoa exports are directed to EU countries, making these sectors highly sensitive to the new regulation. It also highlighted that 95% of national coffee and cocoa production is managed by small-scale producers, which poses a significant compliance challenge. The study, validated through public document reviews and stakeholder interviews, calls for improved information interoperability and more precise satellite images for small plots.
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( In the search for competitive and deforestation-free development in the coffee and cocoa production chains, Solidaridad and the Business Alliance for the Amazon (an initiative of USAID, the Government of Canada and Conservation International Peru), in the framework of the Coalition for Sustainable Production and the Cocoa, Forests and Diversity Agreement, carried out an “Impact Study: Of the European regulation of no deforestation in coffee and cocoa value chains” that evaluates the impacts on the chains of coffee and cocoa value by the European Union Regulation on deforestation-free products. In addition to seeking to comply with European regulation, the identified gaps are an opportunity to improve the profitability of producers via services that boost their productivity and quality and incentives for sustainable production, without deforesting the forest. Main findingsCoffee and cocoa are the crops most exposed to the EUDR: By 2022, 51% of exports in FOB value of ...
Source: Agraria
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