Service members send...
We know our coffee donations to “The Mudhouse” at Camp Taji in Iraq are appreciated.“We all need a place to connect with one another,” writes Army Chaplain Troy Morken. The coffee house is staffed by volunteers and offers a place where troops can relax, talk with chaplains, write letters home, and get a good cup of coffee.
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Coffee Brings Us Together

Having farmers visit us in Vermont is part of our unique approach to sourcing coffee, and one of the...

Extremely limited Special Reserve offering: Bolivia Chijchipani Cup of Excellence

We just roasted our latest Special Reserve whole bean coffee:  Bolivia Chijchipani, which won this...

5 Stars for Double Black Diamond K-Cup

We launched our new Extra Bold Double Black Diamond K-Cup about six months ago.  Ever since, we've...

What to do with our stuff?

The New York Times ran an interesting article last week on biodegradable home furnishings.  In it,...

Peru's APAVAM in Alto Mayo Wins National Business Award

The Association of Farmers from the Alto Mayo Valley (APAVAM) - won a 2007 Peruvian Business of the...

Scars from the War in Nicaragua

Notes from the SCAA Conference in Minneapolis, MinnesotaWe were in a hotel conference room at the...

Our Colombian K-Cup is Now Fair Trade Certified

How do you improve a top selling K-Cup coffee?  Make it Fair Trade Certified.  Our Colombian coffee...
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