• Size

    lb

    Identifier

    00000000089029

    SKU/UPC

    8902
  • Size

    lb

    Identifier

    00000000005999

    SKU/UPC

    599
  • Identifier

    00096619177677

    SKU/UPC

    9661917767
  • Size

    10.5 oz

    Description

    Highest quality - Always refreshing. Good luck. Coldbrew.com.

    Identifier

    00180626000216

    SKU/UPC

    18062600021

    Manufacturer

    Stumptown Coffee Roasters

    Brand

    Stumptown
  • Size

    2 lb

    Description

    Subtly sweet with a smooth finish, Espresso Blend makes a great cup of coffee and pairs deliciously with milk to create your favorite latte. Starbucks Commitment to 100% Ethical SourcingStarbucks is sharing agricultural knowledge and investing in farming communities to promote high-quality coffee for generations to come.Learn more about this commitment to people and the planet at starbucks.com/responsibility. Committed to 100% Ethical Sourcing in partnership with Conservation International. Coffee: Fairtrade certified and sourced from Fairtrade producers. Total 100%.www.info.fairtrade.net Custom Roasted by Starbucks Coffee Co. Rich & Intense

    Identifier

    00762111697929

    SKU/UPC

    76211169792

    Manufacturer

    STARBUCKS COFFEE COMPANY

    Brand

    KIRKLAND
  • Size

    12 oz

    Description

    Grand. Seattle, Washington. Est. 1992. Handcrafted quality of the Pacific Northwest. Master roaster. Batch certified. Handcrafted quality. Rich. Complex. Sweet. It takes years to become an expert at certain things. Snake charmer, sushi maker, and archeologist all spring to mind immediately. But you can start becoming an expert in specialty coffee today. We invite you to share in our world of handcrafted excellence, and to make our knowledge yours - which is as easy as tasting our coffee for yourself. Try our full range of blends and varietals - Spirited, Balanced, and Grand - to experience Tully's artisanal approach. Spirited: Great wake-up coffees, bright and crisp. Balanced: Smooth all-day coffees, balanced and mellow. Grand: Bold coffee's, rich and full-bodied. Today you'll discover aromas, fragrance, character, and complexity you never knew existed. Imagine what you will discover tomorrow. The Tully's Story: Some professionals need to approach their jobs slowly and with a great deal of care. Like tightrope walker. Or brain surgeon. Or tattoo artist. At Tully's, the same holds true for creating great coffee. It takes a lot of time and patience, which is why we roast our coffee beans to gently coax out the complex flavors and aromas. With roots in the Pacific Northwest, where coffee is a way of life, we take our time in roasting and in training each master roaster in our artisanal approach. From the aroma to the full-bodied flavor, you can taste the time taken in every satisfying cup of Tully's. Now we invite you to take your time discovering it. www.tullys.com. Made in the USA.

    Identifier

    00099555382051

    SKU/UPC

    9955538205

    Manufacturer

    Great Mountain Coffee Roasters

    Brand

    Tullys Coffee
  • Size

    2 lb

    Description

    Smooth and approachable with a delightful balance of body and liveliness, House Blend in your cup goes perfectly with your day. Starbucks Commitment to 100% Ethical SourcingStarbucks is sharing agricultural knowledge and investing in farming communities to promote high-quality coffee for generations to come.Learn more about this commitment to people and the planet at starbucks.com/responsibility. Committed to 100% Ethical Sourcing in partnership with Conservation International. Coffee: Fairtrade certified and sourced from Fairtrade producers. Total 100%.www.info.fairtrade.net Custom Roasted by Starbucks Coffee Co. Balanced & Smooth

    Identifier

    00762111697905

    SKU/UPC

    76211169790

    Manufacturer

    STARBUCKS COFFEE COMPANY

    Brand

    KIRKLAND
  • Identifier

    00767977132218

    SKU/UPC

    76797713221
  • Identifier

    00851641000085

    SKU/UPC

    85164100008
  • Size

    12 oz

    Description

    Flavor: Smoky, sweet, with a smooth finish. Boyd's has been committed to delivering good, honest coffee since 1900 - usually in a red delivery truck. The trucks have changed, the commitment hasn't. USDA organic. Rainforest Alliance certified. Established 1900. Seriously. The photo on this bag is right from our own back yard (not literally). If you'd like to know roughly where and when, visit boyds.com/coffee-espresso/. 1900: P.D. Boyd starts delivering coffee door-to-door in Portland, Oregon. 1903: Orville Wright flies first airplane. No coffee served during flight. 1910: P.D. Boyd replaces horse and wagon for truck. Horse is relieved. 1920: Boyd's Coffee available in restaurants. Boyd's first to loan brewing equipment to restaurants. 1929: Stock market goes sideways. Tough economic times begin. Coffee becomes an affordable luxury. 1946: Rudy Boyd takes over his father's business. His personal coffee consumption goes way up. 1952: Elizabeth becomes Queen of England. Prefers tea to coffee. 1955: Boyd's introduces vacuum-packed coffee in tins. You know, for freshness. 1955: Veda Younger joins Boyd's, eventually becomes vice president, coffee buyer and Rudy Boyd's right hand man. Except that she was a woman. 1958: First trans-Atlantic jet service. This time, coffee is served. 1964: A very fertile year for Boyd's, they introduce Flav-R-Flo, a cone and paper filter pour-over system for the home. (And you thought pour-over was a recent craze). And they open the first specialty coffee shop. Yeah, that's right. 1965: Boyd's introduces the Northwest to espresso drinks. Productivity in Oregon rises ever so slightly. 1966: Astoria Bridge completed, linking Washington and Oregon. Easier for Seattle coffee roasters to learn and borrow from Boyd's. 1969: Man lands on moon. That's a pretty big deal and deserves to be mentioned. Also, opportunity opens up for marketing coffee to other planets, 1975: David Boyd succeeds his father Rudy as the head of Boyd's Coffee. He is seen celebrating in a powder blue leisure suit. 1987: Boyd's invents the very first airport brewing system. You're welcome. 1990: Boyd's begins selling organically grown coffee. About a decade before people would start jumping on the organic bandwagon. 1991: Dick Boyd takes the helm of the company his grandfather started. 1995: Boyd's invents the Internet. Or maybe it was Al Gore. Or some smart computer scientists fueled by lots of coffee. 1999: Boyd's becomes the first American coffee roaster to import Rainforest Alliance Certified coffee. That was important. 2011: Boyd's advertising starts showing up on billboards, reminding coffee drinkers that Boyd's has been around longer than billboards. Today: You become part of Boyd's history. Certified organic by QAI. www.boyds.com.

    Identifier

    00078932100082

    SKU/UPC

    7893210008

    Manufacturer

    Boyd Coffee

    Brand

    Boyds
  • Size

    10 oz

    Description

    Rich. Dark chocolate. Decadent. USDA organic. Fairtrade. About This Blend: From the heart of the mountains, a strong spirit roars. This is the most magical hand mother nature can deal, and it's headed for a mug near you. Central & South America. Fairtrade certified. www.info.fairtrade.net. Fairtrade: We are only interested in using coffee that is good and fair for both our coffee drinkers and for our farmers. We believe we can't have one without the other. We want our coffee to taste great, but we want to feel great about our story too. Thanks to Fairtrade, and you, we do. Organic: Here's what Organic coffee means to us: it means the best in coffee, and the best in intentions. Here's what Organic coffee means for you: it means our coffee is pure, pesticide free and full of flavor. Here's what Organic coffee mean for the world: it means smart farming, planning for tomorrow, and not sacrificing the future. Organic means not compromising. Not settling for anything less than the best. And that's what's in this bag! Wake up & kick ass. Mmmmm hmmmmm. That's the sound of good coffee. Deep, dark and delicious coffee. These are Organic, Fairtrade, Arabica beans, roasted right in the Canadian Rocky Mountains We love what we do, and we think you will too. That's why this coffee kicks ass. Wake with us. KickingHorseCoffee.com. Certified by Ecocert Canada (COR). Roasted in Canada.

    Identifier

    00629070800121

    SKU/UPC

    62907080012

    Manufacturer

    Kicking Horse Coffee

    Brand

    Kicking Horse
  • Identifier

    00767977134014

    SKU/UPC

    76797713401
  • Size

    32 oz

    Description

    Smooth and approachable with a delightful balance of body and liveliness, Decaf House Blend in your cup goes perfectly with your day. Starbucks Commitment to 100% Ethical SourcingStarbucks is sharing agricultural knowledge and investing in farming communities to promote high-quality coffee for generations to come. Balanced & Smooth Custom roasted by Starbucks Coffee Company

    Identifier

    00762111697912

    SKU/UPC

    76211169791

    Manufacturer

    STARBUCKS COFFEE COMPANY

    Brand

    KIRKLAND
  • Size

    10 oz

    Description

    Velvety. Earthy. Spirited. USDA organic. Fairtrade. About This Blend: This smooth riding dark horse conjures up power from the depths of the shadows. This is the winner, the champion of taste. The one that goes the extra mile. Hop on, hold on, and head for the hills. Indonesia, Central & South America. Fairtrade certified. www.info.fairtrade.net. Fairtrade: We are only interested in using coffee that is good and fair for both our coffee drinkers and for our farmers. We believe we can't have one without the other. We want our coffee to taste great, but we want to feel great about our story too. Thanks to Fairtrade, and you, we do. Organic: Here's what Organic coffee means to us: it means the best in coffee, and the best in intentions. Here's what Organic coffee means for you: it means our coffee is pure, pesticide free and full of flavor. Here's what Organic coffee mean for the world: it means smart farming, planning for tomorrow, and not sacrificing the future. Organic means not compromising. Not settling for anything less than the best. And that's what's in this bag! Wake up & kick ass. Mmmmm hmmmmm. That's the sound of good coffee. Deep, dark and delicious coffee. These are Organic, Fairtrade, Arabica beans, roasted right in the Canadian Rocky Mountains We love what we do, and we think you will too. That's why this coffee kicks ass. Wake with us. KickingHorseCoffee.com. Certified by Ecocert Canada (COR). Roasted in Canada.

    Identifier

    00629070800152

    SKU/UPC

    62907080015

    Manufacturer

    Kicking Horse Coffee

    Brand

    Kicking Horse
  • Identifier

    00767977134007

    SKU/UPC

    76797713400
  • Identifier

    00077324564037

    SKU/UPC

    7732456403
  • Size

    12 oz

    Description

    Flavor: Intoxicating aroma, seductive and sweet. Boyd's Coffee has always been at home in any international setting, whether enjoyed with French toast or French fries. Established 1900. Seriously. The photo on this bag is right from our own back yard (not literally). If you'd like to know roughly where and when, visit boyds.com/coffee-espresso/. 1900: P.D. Boyd starts delivering coffee door-to-door in Portland, Oregon. 1903: Orville Wright flies first airplane. No coffee served during flight. 1910: P.D. Boyd replaces horse and wagon for truck. Horse is relieved. 1920: Boyd's Coffee available in restaurants. Boyd's first to loan brewing equipment to restaurants. 1929: Stock market goes sideways. Tough economic times begin. Coffee becomes an affordable luxury. 1946: Rudy Boyd takes over his father's business. His personal coffee consumption goes way up. 1952: Elizabeth becomes Queen of England. Prefers tea to coffee. 1955: Boyd's introduces vacuum-packed coffee in tins. You know, for freshness. 1955: Veda Younger joins Boyd's, eventually becomes vice president, coffee buyer and Rudy Boyd's right hand man. Except that she was a woman. 1958: First trans-Atlantic jet service. This time, coffee is served. 1964: A very fertile year for Boyd's, they introduce Flav-R-Flo, a cone and paper filter pour-over system for the home. (And you thought pour-over was a recent craze). And they open the first specialty coffee shop. Yeah, that's right. 1965: Boyd's introduces the Northwest to espresso drinks. Productivity in Oregon rises ever so slightly. 1966: Astoria Bridge completed, linking Washington and Oregon. Easier for Seattle coffee roasters to learn and borrow from Boyd's. 1969: Man lands on moon. That's a pretty big deal and deserves to be mentioned. Also, opportunity opens up for marketing coffee to other planets, 1975: David Boyd succeeds his father Rudy as the head of Boyd's Coffee. He is seen celebrating in a powder blue leisure suit. 1987: Boyd's invents the very first airport brewing system. You're welcome. 1990: Boyd's begins selling organically grown coffee. About a decade before people would start jumping on the organic bandwagon. 1991: Dick Boyd takes the helm of the company his grandfather started. 1995: Boyd's invents the Internet. Or maybe it was Al Gore. Or some smart computer scientists fueled by lots of coffee. 1999: Boyd's becomes the first American coffee roaster to import Rainforest Alliance Certified coffee. That was important. 2011: Boyd's advertising starts showing up on billboards, reminding coffee drinkers that Boyd's has been around longer than billboards. Today: You become part of Boyd's history. www.boyds.com.

    Identifier

    00078932100044

    SKU/UPC

    7893210004

    Manufacturer

    Boyd Coffee

    Brand

    Boyds
  • Size

    12 oz

    Description

    Flavor: Crisp, smooth and eye-opening. The secret to getting up extra early is making sure you have something extra special to look forward to. Established 1900. Seriously. The photo on this bag is right from our own back yard (not literally). If you'd like to know roughly where and when, visit boyds.com/coffee-espresso/. 1900: P.D. Boyd starts delivering coffee door-to-door in Portland, Oregon. 1903: Orville Wright flies first airplane. No coffee served during flight. 1910: P.D. Boyd replaces horse and wagon for truck. Horse is relieved. 1920: Boyd's Coffee available in restaurants. Boyd's first to loan brewing equipment to restaurants. 1929: Stock market goes sideways. Tough economic times begin. Coffee becomes an affordable luxury. 1946: Rudy Boyd takes over his father's business. His personal coffee consumption goes way up. 1952: Elizabeth becomes Queen of England. Prefers tea to coffee. 1955: Boyd's introduces vacuum-packed coffee in tins. You know, for freshness. 1955: Veda Younger joins Boyd's, eventually becomes vice president, coffee buyer and Rudy Boyd's right hand man. Except that she was a woman. 1958: First trans-Atlantic jet service. This time, coffee is served. 1964: A very fertile year for Boyd's, they introduce Flav-R-Flo, a cone and paper filter pour-over system for the home. (And you thought pour-over was a recent craze). And they open the first specialty coffee shop. Yeah, that's right. 1965: Boyd's introduces the Northwest to espresso drinks. Productivity in Oregon rises ever so slightly. 1966: Astoria Bridge completed, linking Washington and Oregon. Easier for Seattle coffee roasters to learn and borrow from Boyd's. 1969: Man lands on moon. That's a pretty big deal and deserves to be mentioned. Also, opportunity opens up for marketing coffee to other planets, 1975: David Boyd succeeds his father Rudy as the head of Boyd's Coffee. He is seen celebrating in a powder blue leisure suit. 1987: Boyd's invents the very first airport brewing system. You're welcome. 1990: Boyd's begins selling organically grown coffee. About a decade before people would start jumping on the organic bandwagon. 1991: Dick Boyd takes the helm of the company his grandfather started. 1995: Boyd's invents the Internet. Or maybe it was Al Gore. Or some smart computer scientists fueled by lots of coffee. 1999: Boyd's becomes the first American coffee roaster to import Rainforest Alliance Certified coffee. That was important. 2011: Boyd's advertising starts showing up on billboards, reminding coffee drinkers that Boyd's has been around longer than billboards. Today: You become part of Boyd's history. www.boyds.com.

    Identifier

    00078932100037

    SKU/UPC

    7893210003

    Manufacturer

    Boyd Coffee

    Brand

    Boyds
  • Size

    10.1 fl oz

    Description

    Naturally flavored. Juice drink from concentrate. 10% juice. Contact us at: www.fruitshootusa.com.

    Identifier

    00699632000993

    SKU/UPC

    69963200099

    Manufacturer

    PepsiCo

    Brand

    Robinsons
  • Identifier

    00096619462421

    SKU/UPC

    9661946242
  • Identifier

    00000000004992

    SKU/UPC

    499
  • Size

    12 oz

    Description

    Flavor: Smells like morning & tastes clean, crisp & satisfying. We have a long history of welcoming folks every morning, together with the paper and quite possibly a short stack. Established 1900. Seriously. The photo on this bag is right from our own back yard (not literally). If you'd like to know roughly where and when, visit boyds.com/coffee-espresso/. 1900: P.D. Boyd starts delivering coffee door-to-door in Portland, Oregon. 1903: Orville Wright flies first airplane. No coffee served during flight. 1910: P.D. Boyd replaces horse and wagon for truck. Horse is relieved. 1920: Boyd's Coffee available in restaurants. Boyd's first to loan brewing equipment to restaurants. 1929: Stock market goes sideways. Tough economic times begin. Coffee becomes an affordable luxury. 1946: Rudy Boyd takes over his father's business. His personal coffee consumption goes way up. 1952: Elizabeth becomes Queen of England. Prefers tea to coffee. 1955: Boyd's introduces vacuum-packed coffee in tins. You know, for freshness. 1955: Veda Younger joins Boyd's, eventually becomes vice president, coffee buyer and Rudy Boyd's right hand man. Except that she was a woman. 1958: First trans-Atlantic jet service. This time, coffee is served. 1964: A very fertile year for Boyd's, they introduce Flav-R-Flo, a cone and paper filter pour-over system for the home. (And you thought pour-over was a recent craze). And they open the first specialty coffee shop. Yeah, that's right. 1965: Boyd's introduces the Northwest to espresso drinks. Productivity in Oregon rises ever so slightly. 1966: Astoria Bridge completed, linking Washington and Oregon. Easier for Seattle coffee roasters to learn and borrow from Boyd's. 1969: Man lands on moon. That's a pretty big deal and deserves to be mentioned. Also, opportunity opens up for marketing coffee to other planets, 1975: David Boyd succeeds his father Rudy as the head of Boyd's Coffee. He is seen celebrating in a powder blue leisure suit. 1987: Boyd's invents the very first airport brewing system. You're welcome. 1990: Boyd's begins selling organically grown coffee. About a decade before people would start jumping on the organic bandwagon. 1991: Dick Boyd takes the helm of the company his grandfather started. 1995: Boyd's invents the Internet. Or maybe it was Al Gore. Or some smart computer scientists fueled by lots of coffee. 1999: Boyd's becomes the first American coffee roaster to import Rainforest Alliance Certified coffee. That was important. 2011: Boyd's advertising starts showing up on billboards, reminding coffee drinkers that Boyd's has been around longer than billboards. Today: You become part of Boyd's history. www.boyds.com.

    Identifier

    00078932100013

    SKU/UPC

    7893210001

    Manufacturer

    Boyd Coffee

    Brand

    Boyds
  • Identifier

    00767977132348

    SKU/UPC

    76797713234
  • Identifier

    00767977132324

    SKU/UPC

    76797713232
  • Identifier

    00767977134021

    SKU/UPC

    76797713402
  • Size

    11 oz

    Description

    Premium coffee drink. 99% fat free.

    Identifier

    00604936141143

    SKU/UPC

    60493614114

    Manufacturer

    Havana Cappuccino

    Brand

    Havana