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Fresh Roasted Coffee LLC

Here at Fresh Roasted Coffee LLC we not only strive to make you great coffee but to do it with as little environmental impact as possible. We roast our coffee using a new eco-friendly coffee roaster that uses 80% less natural gas and greatly reduces the amount of CO2 emissions released into the atmosphere.

Fresh Roasted Coffee LLC is proud to announce construction has been completed on their environmentally friendly coffee roasting facility. Fresh Roasted Coffee has been looking for a way to reduce our environmental impact not only at point of origin but also at point of roasting and we found it. After six months of data collection, testing the Kestrel S35 roaster in comparison with a conventional drum roaster the results proved that we were able to reduce natural gas consumption by 80% and reduce CO2 production by 280,000 pounds.

After many years in the coffee industry we discovered a need for a company able to roast and package coffee in custom label fractional packages. After years of research and development Fresh Roasted Coffee LLC was born. Fresh Roasted Coffee LLC realized that creating these custom products was a great start but we wanted to take it one step further and be one of the most environmentally friendly coffee roasters in the country.

Fresh Roasted Coffee has differentiated itself by being able to create private label fractional packaged coffee in short runs for companies that would not have been able to qualify for private label programs, due to lack of volume in purchasing. Fresh Roasted employs a graphic designer to work with companies to develop new logos and artistic themes for their customized packaging, incorporating the new logo concept into Fresh Roasted Coffee LLC with photo quality packages that give your company a look that stands out from the competition.

Fresh Roasted Coffee LLC also offers a full line of gourmet coffee as well as a selection of fair trade and organic coffee on their website www.freshroastedcoffee.com.

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