Salt Spring Coffee

Salt Spring Coffee founder and owner Mickey McLeod is proud to offer Canada’s first regenerative organic certified coffee as part of Salt Spring Coffee’s ongoing commitment to ethical sourcing and sustainability.

Mickey McLeod

Regenerative Organic Certification (ROC) sets the highest standard in the world for soil health, ecosystem preservation, and fairness for farmers and workers.

This holistic, comprehensive standard encompasses environmental, social, and economic criteria, ensuring that every aspect of the coffee production process adheres to the highest standards of sustainability, from crop to cup. Already a leader in the world of premium, ethically sourced coffee, Salt Spring Coffee is launching Village Trade, set to hit store shelves this spring (currently available online).

This launch represents not just a product upgrade, but a dedication to regenerative farming practices that prioritize soil health, biodiversity, and the well-being of the communities involved in the coffee supply chain.

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[Roberto Salazar, General Manager of an ROC co-op in Honduras, with dad Jorge, Mickey McLeod, and Jessie Gullet, Director of Coffee & Production for Salt Spring Coffee]

Regenerative agriculture focuses on restoring and revitalizing ecosystems, going beyond basic organic principles to actively improve the environment.

By choosing ROC coffee, consumers support a regenerative approach that aims to leave the land healthier and more resilient than before.

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[Regenerative organic green coffee beans drying on raised beds]

Salt Spring Coffee’s ROC coffee is sourced from carefully selected farms that prioritize regenerative practices, such as cover cropping, carbon capture, and minimal soil disturbance, furthering the company’s dedication to positive change in the coffee industry.

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