Third Generations Owners, pictured from left: John Kaloyanides, Michael Kaloyanides, James Kaloyanides, Stephen Kaloyanides, Jr., and Jamie Dostou
New England Coffee is owned by a third generation of the Kaloyanides and Dostou families and has been providing quality and service for over 95 years. Our beliefs in the highest standards of customer service and product quality have been passed on in the true tradition of family business.
In the early years, we were located in a building at the corner of Milk and Broad Streets in Boston, where hand-roasted coffee was delivered by horse and wagon. Our first truck was purchased in 1918 and other family members started to join the business. In 1966, after outgrowing several homes in succession, we finally settled into our present location at 100 Charles Street in Malden, Massachusetts.
Today we occupy five buildings and have hugely expanded our manufacturing and packaging capabilities. While we've grown to become New England's largest independent coffee roaster, our philosophy and goal are still the same - to buy and sell premium coffee and provide the best service possible.
Our methods are not cutting edge. In fact, they're antiquated by most people's standards. And we wouldn't change a thing. It's the only way we know how to make sure that you'll always enjoy a consistently great cup of coffee.
As fine coffee becomes more and more integral to the American way of life, we will continue to indulge you with our consistent tradition of good taste.
Take a Look at New England Coffee, Then and Now:
"Traditions" - TV Commercial, 2002
"Celebrating 95 Years" - Times Square,
NYC Commercial, 2011