A London speciality coffee company has been named among the top food and drink producers globally, having won six Great Taste Awards.
Pact Coffee won awards for six of its products at the 2023 Great Taste Awards. Its Fazenda Reis received a two-star rating, whilst its Bourbon Cream Espresso, Bourbon Cream Pods, Decaf Bourbon Cream Pods, House Coffee Espresso and Christmas Blend Espresso were awarded one star each.
Often described as the Oscars of the food world, the Great Taste Awards is the acknowledged benchmark for fine food and drink. The unmistakable black and gold Great Taste logo is a sign people can trust when buying local food and drink, and is a stamp of excellence that is recognised by retailers and consumers alike.
With tens of thousands of products put through the competition’s blind judging process, Pact Coffee’s range of ethical, speciality-grade blends were a hit with the esteemed Great Taste judges, and dubbed “delicious and a fabulous example of well-made Brazilian coffee”.
Will Corby, Pact Coffee’s Director of Coffee and Social Impact, said: “We are always delighted to be recognised at the Great Taste Awards and we are pleased to see that each year, more and more Pact Coffee products have been given stars – this is our best year yet in terms of number of awards.
“Alongside sustainability, great flavour has always been at the heart of everything we do at Pact Coffee. Receiving six Great Taste Awards is a testament to that, and we’re proud to display the familiar black and gold logo on our winning products, which include a mix of new and well-known products from our range.”
The award wins add to an exciting year for Pact Coffee. Earlier this month, the coffee roaster announced that it paid farmers, on average, 76% above the 2022 Fairtrade base price and released recyclable packaging that funds plastic bottle collection from ocean-bound Asian rivers.