Best value for its Fairtrade Organic Papua New Guinea Rich Roast Instant Coffee
The coffee costs £3.29 per 100g jar.
Clipper has been and remains a long term committed supporter of high quality organic products. The coffee is organically grown, hand picked and dried in the highlands of Papua New Guinea, and has a rich, buttery and smooth taste.
The company is supporting IGD's campaign to tackle youth unemployment, 'Feeding Britain's Future' by hosting an event in September for up to 6 young unemployed people to encourage them to take a look at careers in Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) Manufacturing.
Clipper maintain links with local schools to help with career advice and CV writing, as well as providing advice on healthy eating. One of their offices hosted an event for 90 local primary school children focusing on the importance of good nutrition.
Clipper regularly donates tea and coffee for all manner of local events and charities. They have recently donated several pallets of tea to Macmillan for their coffee shops to serve to patients and their families who need a good cuppa in times of distress. They also raised £600 for Macmillan through coffee mornings and International Picnic Day.
Their Camberley offices help support the Blackwater Valley Countryside Partnership with litter clearing, and clearing scrubland of brambles to enable the natural flora and fauna to repopulate those areas of field and river bank.
To find out more visit www.clipper-teas.com
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