Detect Deforestation in your Coffee Supply Chain for Sustainable Sourcing

Problem Overview

Over 100 countries have committed to eradicating deforestation by 2030. The EU has taken one of the first major steps in achieving this goal by publishing a law banning the importation of 7 commodities linked to deforestation


Legislation has been applied on coffee, cocoa, cattle, soy beans, palm oil, rubber, and timber.


The main objective of the regulation is to ensure that products placed on the EU market or exported from the EU are produced in a way that does not contribute to deforestation and forest degradation.

What do the regulations mean for your business?

Companies that want to continue to sell these products into the EU or export from the EU need to prove that their products are not linked to deforestation. Traders and agriculture operators won't be allowed to place commodities and products on the Union market nor export them without prior submission of a due diligence statement.

  • Companies need to start building deforestation-free compliance practices
  • Companies need to adapt their technology to meet the regulatory demands
  • Companies need to ensure their suppliers and distributors comply with the new law
  • Companies need to comply with local agriculture laws and regulations of the producing country

Download our guide to help get you up to speed on the regulation requirements and how you can prepare.

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