Sf Bay Coffee Coffee, Kona Blend, Single Serve

Kona Blend: Toasted macadamia; Dark chocolate; buttered toffee; Sweet cherry finish. Contents: 10 OneCup single serve coffees. Religion: Kona and Central America; Elevation: 500 to 1500 meters. Singe serve coffee. Variety: Typica, Caturra, parainema. Est 1979. Our People: Our people are the heart of everything we do. From our farmers, to our masters , to you - creating and enjoying a great cup of coffee has been our goal from day one. Our Practice: We push the boundaries of innovation and seek to create a better future of the coffee industry - one that will sustainably support our global family for years to come. Pillar 3. Improve the social condition of the farms. According to the Internation Coffee Association, roughly 100 million people depend on coffee for their primary income. 80% of that coffee comes from small farmers with an average of 6 acres or less. Over 70% of these small coffee farmers live below the World Bank Poverty line of $2 a day. So, to combat this, SF Bay Coffee created the 4 Pillars of Change. Rogers Family Co.: Growing the largest family in the world. Is your coffee black - or green? Your choice of coffee could be the most important decision you make today. Millions of plastic K-style cups continue to pile up in landfills - enough to circle the earth more than ten times. At SF Bay Coffee, we innovated the commercially compostable OneCup, which breaks down to help convert 8.8 million pounds of waste into farmable soil annually. Thank you for helping us reduce the plastic mountain. - The Rogers Family. PS - Coming soon! The home compostable OneCup. sfbaycoffee.com. OneCup: Certified commercially compostable. BPI Compostable: Commecially compostable only. Facilities may not exist in your area. Cert (hashtag)10528660. Compatible with most K-Cup style Single serve brewers. Rogers Family Co, and its products, including the OneCup, are neither affiliated with, nor approved by Keurig Green Mountain Incorporated. This carton is made with 100% recycled paperboard with a minimium 35% post-consumer content and is printed with inks made from renewable resources.