Coffee products Made in USA
I found a fantastic product made in the USA called USA Coffee Company. I stumbled upon it when I was doing my morning search. According to the company information, they grow and process all of their beans in Hawaii. The land they use was abandoned by companies like Dole and C & S Sugar who now manufacture in S. America and the Philippines.
Whenever I find a company that claims to be made and manufactured in the USA, I like to send an email to the powers that be just to verify these facts. I’ve come to find out that so many companies these days claim USA made when in fact only part of their product is made in America. I was on another site the other day and thought I could get some good ideas for products made in the USA, but most of them were only 51% made in the USA. To me, that’s not really American made. So, that being said, when I contacted USA Coffee company, I was happy to get a nice email from Ted, who said the following to me,
“The best thing I can say is that the ONLY coffee grown in the USA comes from Hawaii, and that we only sell American grown and processed coffee as well as all the rest of the items listed on our web site. If you have any questions,please don’t hesitate to call or email.”
I was surprised to get a response so quickly but am always glad when I do. It tells me as a consumer that the company cares about their customers. If you’re wondering who Ted is, his name is Ted Massinello, the president of the company, which of course impressed me even more because when the president of a company takes a moment out of their busy day to email little ole me, I want to know more about them.
In my opinion I can go to the grocery store and buy an 11 0z. or 13 oz. can of coffee for around 3.50 where I live in Pa. However, where is it made? Brazil, South America, Columbia?
I love a good, quality cup of coffee, and I really want to know where it’s made and who is making it.
I’ll fill you in on my opinion when I get my order.