At Coffee Day, our business sense is made holistic by our commitment to our social responsibilities and conservation principles as well.
The plantations are home to a variety of birds and wildlife - hare, deer, bison, elephants, tigers, panthers and boars, to name a few. The estate shares boundaries with forest reserves and wildlife sanctuaries. Conservation of the wildlife in their natural habitat is a matter of pride for us. The Bhadra river, along with seasonal and perennial mountain streams takes care of the plantation’s water requirements, and ensures that the sustenance of the forests are adequately covered. Pepper, cardamom, arecanut, oranges, jackfruit and several herbs and shrubs are native to this region. All these enhance the biodiversity of the forest formed by trees like silver oak, rosewood, candleberry, jamun (tall and evergreen tree, indigenous to India) and others.