NEW YORK -- Beginning tomorrow, McDonald's UK will begin sourcing all of its coffee beans from farms certified by Rainforest Alliance here. Only farms that meet the specific standards balancing aspects of production, including protecting the environment, the rights and welfare of workers and the interest of coffee-growing communities are awarded this certification. Kenco, a Kraft Foods subsidiary, will supply the 1.8 million pounds of coffee to 1,200 McDonald's restaurants throughout Ireland ...
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