What exactly does the word “fairtrade” mean? And what does the price of this fairness actually involve?
Charles Liégeois Roastery & Fairtrade Belgium say no!
From July 29 to August 1, Charles Liégeois is back at the Libramont Fair in the “En terre bio” (“In organic land”) marquee to share the values and flavours that we nurture every day.
Charles Liégeois Roastery accompanies Ravel's Beau Vélo throughout the 9 steps in Wallonia and Brussels.
The Sustainable Development Goals give us the roadmap to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. Charles Liégeois Roastery chose 4.
When the taste and colours are reflected in the coffee.
At Charles Liégeois Roastery we know that we can actively contribute to more sustainable development. Small gestures at each steps of the production of our coffee for a coffee that does not leave a bitter taste.
Adverse weather conditions, geopolitical situations in coffee-producing countries, and the COVID-19 pandemic are driving prices up, up, up!
Our café has made a name for itself, and now we've given it a first name: Café Liégeois becomes Charles Liégeois Roastery. A new name, the same coffee.