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An exotic and syrupy blend of Indonesian and Latin American coffees. 100% Organic.
K-cup brewing systems – so convenient, but so wasteful. All that plastic going into a landfill – over 10 billion cups a year – enough to circle the earth thirteen times. We decided that we had to be more environmentally responsible. So, to begin with, we developed a pod that used 35% less plastic. Then, we began developing biodegradable components. We have been working for years on this – and are 97% there. Currently the OneCup packaging and the coffee are all 100% biodegradable. The lid and the mesh filter, are the only components not biodegradable – and we are working on that! All combined, the OneCup is 97% biodegradable. Now you can enjoy single serve coffees with a better conscience.
Great coffee has to start with great coffee beans. Now, everyone says this, but it is really true with us. We source only the very best quality Arabica coffee beans, grown high in the mountains and hand-picked for perfect ripeness. We are very, very picky (pardon the pun) – we have the most demanding standards in the business. When we have found the best beans, we then we roast them to perfection – to their fullest flavor point – using our proprietary and top-secret roasting system. Then, we grind them for optimum flavor, just before packaging into our revolutionary OneCup single serve pods. And finally, our stringent Quality Assurance procedures ensure that the coffee you receive is as consistent as it is excellent. One of our criteria for the OneCup was simple - that it had to taste better than the other single-serve pods out there. Our OneCup filter is designed specially to ensure you will experience the maximum flavor extraction from each cup you brew.
To many coffee roasters, green bean procurement means a phone call to a broker in New York. But by going straight to source, we are able find better coffee – while at the same time, changing lives for the better. You see, coffee farming is like betting your life savings on something, without knowing the odds, the outcome, or the payback. If there is a glut, prices will crash, and you could be out of business. There could be a storm at the wrong moment, which knocks all of the flowers off of the trees or buries the farm in mud. Or a fungus could wipe out your trees – and your livelihood – for years to come. Our farmers are like family to us, and we want them to do well. We guarantee our farmers a profit – and a comfortable life. We also help them with improved farming methods, environmentally responsible practices, crop yield increases, and producing better coffee. But suppose we had a great idea for a farmer to try – and it didn’t work out, and hurt his crop? Not good. So, we try our ideas out on our own farms. We have over 3,000 acres from where we try to develop better tasting coffee. We also try other ideas which can lead to increased yields, more natural production methods, and more consistent, higher quality milling and processing methods.
Your purchase is touching the lives of, literally, hundreds of thousands of people in the farming communities around the world. Our GROWN FOR GOOD Programs have built thousands of housing units, and dozens of schools, kitchens, medical / dental facilities, water treatment plants, etc. We have educational programs, hot meal programs, sports and recreational programs, adult education programs, nutrition programs, environmental responsibility programs. And because of all these improvements in education, housing, health, and sanitary conditions, every person, at every farm we work with, enjoys an improved quality of life.
Founded more than 34 years ago, the Rogers Family Company is comprised of Jon and Barbara Rogers, their three sons, their daughter, and two daughters-in-law, along with over 250 employees. Many of our employees have been with us for 10, 20, even 30 years and more, and some even have sons and daughters here now! Our approach to farming, milling, roasting, packaging and selling coffee is different than any other company. Our goals are simple: Produce the best coffee possible. Offer it at a reasonable price. Improve the lives of all of those around us. And be respective of our environment. To us, our employees, our farmers, and our customers are all family. And we treat them as such. For more information, please see www. rogersfamilyco. com – and thank you for considering us.
Flavor: Java Love
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The best tasting decaf k-cup, if not the best ever decaf coffee I've ever tried.
One package fits perfectly in a quart size canning jar - this keeps the pods fresh and looks nice too (rather than a zip lok bag) on the counter.
The coffee is excellent, very rich and flavorful for those that like French roast.
I am not a big coffee drinker but I really do like this coffee. I bought because of the price not because it is organicPublished 4 hours ago by Cheryl Nichols
Good cup o coffee...like the fact that it contains less plastic than other K-cups. Good price too.Published 2 days ago by John T. Rosa
I drink this everyday. Nice and strong. I have kept them in a sealed plastic bag as suggested. I guess they dry out otherwise.Published 6 days ago by Heidi J. Fava
I love that this is not only an organic option for the Keurig but it's also free of plastic. We started with the darker roast, Java Love, but it was too bitter for both my taste... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Kayne Interactive
Terrific taste, good price and keeping packaging down for the environment.Published 8 days ago by Barbs44
The coffee is fine, but I hope I remember not to buy this brand again. These aren't the usual K-Cups. The outer plastic "cup" that keeps the coffee fresh is missing. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Marsha
This is great stuff! Unfortunately it doesn't work with the Keurig 2.0. Not very happy with Keurig right now about that, since I have a subscription to this. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Johnny
did not love the flavor, it was ok, but good for decaf and biodegradable....Published 9 days ago by Natalie P Broomhall