At FiXX, we source, create and sell consistently superb coffee.
FiXX coffees are UTZ Certified. UTZ is an efficient certification and traceability programme for socially and environmentally responsible coffee production. UTZ started in 2002 as a coffee programme with the name UTZ Kapeh, meaning 'good coffee". The program addresses agricultural practices, social and living conditions, farm management, and the environment. In 2018, UTZ officially merged with the Rainforest Alliance in response to the increasing challenges of deforestation, climate change, systemic poverty and social inequity.
A popular certification in Europe, UTZ certified coffee is traceable to the producer, ensuring it has been grown and harvested in a responsible manner. We are confident in our ability to supply consistent, quality coffee that rewards everyone involved by having like-minded beliefs to our supply partners.
At FiXX we take a proactive and collaborative approach to ensuring our business and our supply chains operate ethically. The Ethical Trade Initiative (ETI) is a leading alliance of companies, trade unions and non-governmental organisations that promotes respect for workers’ rights around the globe. The ETI Base Code is based on the conventions of the International Labour Organisation and addresses issues like wages, hours of work, health and safety and discrimination including forced or bonded labour. We will continue to improve processes to monitor compliance among our community of suppliers through visits and third party assurance and certification schemes.
As we become more established as a company, we are in the position to give back to our community and also to our coffee community. FiXX are proud supporters and members of World Coffee Research. World Coffee Research (WCR) is a non-profit organisation whose mission is to grow, protect, and enhance supplies of quality coffee while improving the livelihoods of the families who produce it. You can read more about who World Coffee Research is and their work and approach in our blog piece here.