COVIM AT TUTTOFOOD WITH A FOCUS ON NATURE
Covim will participate in the seventh edition of TuttoFood, coming up May 6 through 9, to present its new line of compostable capsules compatible with the Nespresso®* and Lavazza® A Modo Mio®* systems.
The Natural Elements line encourages people to relate to the elements that are the keys to all life on the planet: Terra (earth), Fuoco (fire), Aria (air), Acqua (water) and Quintessenza, promoting respect for nature. Respect which should not be taken for granted, even among the most environmentally aware and conscientious consumers. We can choose to take care of the Earth and allow it to offer us its fruit. Without the Earth, we are homeless. Once we become aware of this, we achieve a new awareness of ecology and respect for life, making us better people. The idea behind the line’s name is inspired by Fridays For Future, an important new event held simultaneously in about 2 thousand cities all over the world.
The earth, solid and luxuriant, symbolises primordial matter, accepting and nourishing life.
A bold, intense blend of extraordinary creaminess, made with the best Robusta and the most prestigious South American Arabica coffee beans.
Fire, the purifying, vivifying element, enclosing the beginnings of life, which arises out of its energy.
A full-bodied, aromatic blend of selected Arabica and Robusta coffee beans, for fans of classic Italian espresso.
Intangible air is the vital energy we breathe, without which no life is possible.
An espresso coffee for the most demanding palates, from the best plantations of Arabica coffee, with a sophisticated, harmonious aroma.
Water, the most abundant element on our planet, the source of all life. Flowing according to the laws of nature.
Light, delicate, and caffeine-free, but with the bold personality of a traditional espresso coffee.
Quintessence is the matter of the celestial spheres, the essence of eternity, enclosing the harmony of the four natural elements.
An espresso made from the best Central and South American Arabica coffees, drawing on the traditions of the past with a conscientious focus on the future.