Published on 2 December 2020


The new Nativo capsules are made of compostable material

Capsule Nativo

The new Nativo capsules are made of compostable material. The biological mixture of the Treviso roasting plant becomes even greener

An even better coffee because it respects the environment: from today Nativo, Goppion’s organic blend certified Fairtrade and Ccpb – Consortium for the Control of Organic Products, is also available in compostable capsules, both in the classic and decaffeinated versions. Produced in totally compostable material, the capsule decomposes within 90 days and can be delivered together with organic waste.
“As of today, our Native is even better – explains Paola Goppion, marketing manager of the historic Treviso roasting company founded in 1948 by brothers Angelo, Giovanni, Olivo and Ottorino Goppion – because as well as being produced respecting workers’ rights and following the rules of organic farming, it is even more environmentally friendly: for this coffee, therefore, we could only choose a compostable and ecological capsule”.
Goppion was the first company in Italy, in 1987, to roast fair trade coffee imported from the South of the world on behalf of CTM, today Altro Mercato. From this experience, in 1997, was born Nativo, a 100% Arabica coffee with a low caffeine content, coming from Honduras and cultivated following the principles of organic farming. The decaffeinated version is produced through a process that puts water vapour in contact with carbon dioxide, without the use of chemical products.
The taste of Nativo is a plunge into the aromas of good coffee, with an intense, sweet and aromatic aftertaste, with nuances of cocoa and hints of fruit.
The new Nativo capsules can be purchased in Goppion and affiliated coffee shops and in the company’s online shop.

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