Nestlé Vietnam is investing $100 million to expand its Tri An coffee factory, one of the largest and most modern in the world. 

The factory produces coffee products for brands like Nescafé, Nescafé Dolce Gusto and Starbucks, and exports them to over 29 countries. 

The investment shows Nestlé’s commitment to Vietnam, the world’s second largest coffee producer and exporter. 

Nestlé is the biggest coffee buyer in the country, sourcing up to $700 million worth of coffee beans every year. 

But Nestlé is not only interested in buying coffee. It also wants to ensure that coffee farming is sustainable and profitable for the farmers and the environment. 

That’s why it launched the Nescafé Plan in 2011, a program that supports the development of the coffee sector in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. 

The Nescafé Plan helps farmers adopt good agricultural practices, improve their yields and incomes, and protect natural resources. 

It also provides them with high-quality coffee plantlets, which are more resilient to pests and diseases, and have higher productivity and quality. 

Nestlé Vietnam has distributed more than 36 million coffee plantlets to over 230,000 farmers since 2011, covering about 76,000 hectares of land. 

The company also works with local authorities and partners to promote water conservation, waste management, and biodiversity protection. 

Nestlé Vietnam’s vision is to create a better future for everyone, from the farmers who grow the coffee, to the consumers who enjoy it, to the communities and ecosystems that depend on it. 

By investing in its Tri An coffee factory, Nestlé Vietnam is brewing up a sustainable future for coffee.