New England Coffee's Colombian Coffee Varieties Were Reviewed by Consumer Reports
New England Coffee's Decaffeinated Colombian and Colombian Supremo varieties stand up to the competition.
MALDEN, MA, AUGUST 15, 2011: Consumer Reports just released their review of the "Best Coffee" to find "champs among Colombian and Ethiopian coffee choices." Among the coffees tested, New England Coffee Decaffeinated Colombian and Colombian Supremo were featured in the article.
"New England Coffee is honored to be reviewed by Consumer Reports. Our coffee varieties are known for their quality and consistent taste and at New England Coffee we strive to continue our beliefs in highest standards of product quality, as we expand our Retail Ground Coffee into its second decade," stated Chuck Kozubal, President/COO.
Pick up your copy of Consumer Reports September 2011 issue, on newsstands now, to read the full details.
About Consumer Reports:
Consumer Reports is an American magazine published monthly by Consumers Union, since 1936. It publishes reviews and comparisons of consumer products and services based on reporting and results from its in-house testing laboratory. It also publishes cleaning and general buying guides. For more information, visit www.consumerreports.org.
About New England Coffee:
Headquartered in Malden, Massachusetts, New England Coffee was founded in 1916 by the Kaloyanides and Dostou families. As New England's largest independent coffee roaster the company prides itself on buying and selling premium coffee and providing the best service possible. New England Coffee packaged coffee is available in supermarkets across the U.S. and brewed at more than 5,000 foodservice locations. Using only the finest Arabica beans, we offer superb blends, delicious flavored coffees, full-bodied dark roasts, whole bean and exotic blends from locations such as Colombia, Brazil and Costa Rica. Visit www.newenglandcoffee.com for more information or follow us on Facebook and Twitter @NE_Coffee.