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Friday, 3 July

Fresh Ground For FreshGround

A FreshGround Coffee.

FreshGround the 35 year old family firm suppling coffee for offices and workplaces has launched a new range of fresh ground Premier Coffee blends.   These have been formulated to taste perfect every time from both its range of bean-to-cup and filter coffee machines.

Each blend has been carefully created to ensure the flavours and aromas appeal to the most discerning coffee drinker. Split into strength families, the easy to navigate range means you’re not just picking a coffee at random based on a name, you can go up and down the scale based on your preference.   No matter what your taste may be, FreshGround has something that you and your staff will enjoy.

All of the Premium blends are Rainforest Alliance certified. This globally recognised certification confirms that farms meet a specific standard in terms of social, economic and environmental factors.  This means that buying this coffee improves the lives of the plantation workers and is grown in a sustainable, environmentally-conscious way.

FreshGround Premium Filter coffees are packaged in the exact weight to produce a perfect brew from its hospitality and meeting room coffee makers. This eliminates the need to measure out half bags to get the correct dosing for a particular machine. In addition to the new blends, the premium quality packaging is now ‘easy-peel’ making it a quicker and cleaner process to refill your machine.

Picture: A FreshGround Coffee.

Article written by Robin Snow


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