Nespresso's commitment: improving the living conditions of farmers

"I have worked all my life trying to improve the living conditions of those without opportunities". This is the purpose of Dario Soto Abril, CEO of Fairtrade International that joined the AAA Program to support farmers in building sustainable livelihoods. This video has been produced in partnership with a brand

04/09/2020 12:10updated: 30/09/2020 18:56
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  • Estelle Courtot
    21/10/2021 06:02

    I see all these negative comments… Well at least they are doing something to better some people life conditions. Plus they are putting it out there which may as well help raise awareness. All this is a positive movement.

  • Andy W.
    18/10/2020 18:19

    You can't claim ethical practices if you're in bed with Nestlé.

  • John H.
    16/10/2020 21:47

    You are a fake! Shame on you!! You are criminals destroying this planet!!!😊

  • Rob B.
    16/10/2020 09:19

  • Robin H.
    15/10/2020 20:46

    Owned by Nestle , dodgy af but arnt they all 🙂

  • Steven G.
    12/10/2020 11:28

    I call BS. Nestle would steal the milk from a new born if it would net them a dollar.é%20took%20legal%20action%20when,Code%20being%20adopted%20in%201981.

  • Xaviish S.
    11/10/2020 06:27

    The war is still going on, as far as I can hear it, Since 1580 that you are using a genocide language that is not american native, and after 1800, the genocide is increasingly at a fast rates. Make a favour to your community, avoid speak “spanish” is called Castilian Dialect. Avoid lies

  • T'pol X.
    09/10/2020 03:22

    I do buy quite a few fairtrade products, I just wish everything I bought was fairtrade, everyone in the world could prosper from fairtrade, and it could end the awful starvation of millions if not billions of people, I know its the kind of world I'd like to live in, but until we've dealt with corruption on a mass scale we can't hope to achieve a better fairer world for all.

  • María A.
    06/10/2020 20:47

    Que bueno seria que hombres como el ubieran y pensaran en las personas todo seria diferente

  • Vivi J.
    05/10/2020 13:01

    Well good on them

  • Finbarr M.
    04/10/2020 21:22

  • Finbarr M.
    04/10/2020 21:17

    HAA George Clooney photographed with Obama on a boat with an unknown child, what were they doing, sounds like pizzagate......

  • Rob D.
    17/09/2020 11:11

    Slaves they get paid around $20 per week and the companies make out that they are helping out when the companies make billions these people make pennies

  • Ross B.
    16/09/2020 15:27

    Just wait until Londoners find out how cheap they can get a cabin in a remote plantation as a holiday home. They won't be able to afford any where to live then.

  • Ricardo P.
    15/09/2020 22:03

    Sponsored by Nespresso! How very unimpresso

  • John M.
    15/09/2020 14:58

    Peace love and respect god bless 🙏 xxx

  • Davie K.
    15/09/2020 05:52

    Nescafé Evil corporation

  • Emma J.
    14/09/2020 19:08

    First National Geographic, now Brut is a slave to Nespresso aka Nestlé! Reallly?!

  • James M.
    14/09/2020 15:27

    How much do you pay them

  • James M.
    14/09/2020 15:27

    And what was there b4 the coffee plants

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