Corporate Responsibility

corpresp.jpgWhat difference can a cup of coffee make?
Combining sensational taste with social responsibility that ensures fair wages, decent working conditions and the support of local sustainability. Our facilities are Carbon Neutral Certified by Trees for the Future, which means we plant enough trees every year to offset all our carbon emissions.


Corner One Coffee has committed with Trees for the FutureTM to plant trees within rural communities in the developing world. They revitalize degraded lands by providing farmers with tree seed, technical training and on-site planning assistance. Learn more at


usda-logo.png  Organic coffee certification preserves natural resources and biodiversity, supports animal health and welfare, receives annual onsite inspections, separates organic from non-organic food and ensures that no genetically modified ingredients are present.
   Organic coffee is grown without the use of non-organic synthetic pesticides, herbicides or chemical fertilizers on special isolated farms committed to using sustainable agriculture techniques.

Fair Trade USA

fair-trade-certified-logo-cmyk.png Fair Trade USA allows sustainable development and economical stability through a more equitable global trade model that benefits farmers, consumers, industry, and the earth.

Carbon Neutral

Corner One plants enough trees in the developing world to offset all of our carbon emissions on an annual basis. Our total carbon output is calculated by including all raw materials, transportation, and energy use, and we then plant enough trees to absorb all the carbon we emit every year.

100% Colombian Coffee

100colombia.png The 100% Colombian Coffee logo symbolizes the high-quality control from the brands that are committed to partnering with Colombian coffee farmers through respecting the origin of the land of coffee and sustaining the quality of Colombian Coffee.


Corner One Coffee's facilities are certified Kosher by the Kashruth Council of Canada, the largest Kosher certification agency in Canada. Visit for more information.