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Win-Win: Trade Helps Meet the SDGs

The 21st century has brought increased visibility to our business and with it increased scrutiny, putting the way we work in the spotlight.

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IN THE FIELD | DEC 2, 2022

Charting the Course Toward Zero-Deforestation

Following our commitment to eliminate deforestation and conversion of native vegetation for agricultural…

IN THE FIELD | NOV 9, 2022

Empowering Rural Women Farmers to Accelerate Food Security 

Women smallholder farmers represent more than 40% of the agricultural workforce in developing countries. These women work to ensure food security for their communities and, in so doing, help to support climate resilience and bolster local economies. And yet, prevailing patriarchal cultures mean they are often disadvantaged compared to men, in terms of access to education, economic resources and land, which reduces their ability to produce food and generate an income, hindering their families’ food security, health and livelihoods.

OUR PEOPLE | NOV 2, 2022

100 Years With LDC in Spain

When our Madrid office opened in 1922, it was largely dedicated to grains marketing throughout Spain and Portugal. Over the last century, it has evolved into an important hub for the Group’s trading, execution and distribution activities, with strong links to all our business lines across the world.

IN THE FIELD | OCT 12, 2022

Forging a better food system, together. 

At LDC, we believe that we can have a greater impact by working with others and sharing wisdom to ensure that no one is left behind.

IN THE FIELD | SEP 29, 2022

The Nose Who Knows

What goes into making an outstanding cup of coffee? Apart from the obvious (high quality beans and hot water), it turns out that behind every cup of LDC coffee lies a wealth of experience, a good deal of science, a host of highly trained taste buds – and a great nose.

IN THE FIELD | SEP 16, 2022

Regenerative Agriculture: A New Trajectory for Indonesian Coffee Farmers

Our local Lead Agronomist, Desmond Simarmata, shares his passion for regenerative agriculture that keeps Indonesian smallholder coffee growers and their communities thriving.  

IN THE FIELD | SEP 5, 2022

LDC in Honduras: First Decade in the Land of Coffee

Ten years ago, a small team from LDC embarked on a journey in the land of coffee.

OUR PEOPLE | JUL 20, 2022

My Life at LDC: Roberto Cambeses

Roberto Cambeses began his LDC career in Argentina in 1976 working in communications, sending and receiving telex messages to LDC offices around the world. In the intervening 46 years, he has seen many changes – not least in communication technology!  

| JUL 20, 2022

My Life at LDC: Roberto Cambeses

Roberto Cambeses began his LDC career in Argentina in 1976 working in communications, sending and receiving telex messages to LDC offices around the world. In the intervening 46 years, he has seen many changes – not least in communication technology!  

SUSTAINABILITY | JUN 30, 2022

11 Facts on Carbon & Carbon Credits

What can be done to cut down emissions and limit global warming, in…

| JUN 9, 2022

Frog on a Coffee Leaf: Memories of Mexico

LDC’s Global Head of Sustainability for Coffee, traveled to Mexico in May 2022 to meet colleagues and partners after two years of Covid-19 restrictions, strengthening ties, reviewing progress on sustainability-related interventions and discussing plans toward implementation of LDC’s zero-deforestation and native vegetation conversion commitment.

IN THE FIELD | APR 26, 2022

Supporting the Next Generation of Leaders in Food Security and Sustainability

As part of our sustainable business model, LDC believes that supporting and training young talents is key to driving lasting positive change in and beyond our industry.