Boyd’s Coffee®, the oldest family-owned coffee company in the Pacific Northwest, introduces Cinnamon Churro Flavored Coffee to the foodservice channel, bringing the popular Mexican pastry’s fresh-baked flavor to a delicious, rich and sweet coffee drink.
“Demand for on-trend Hispanic flavors continues to grow, and the Cinnamon Churro coffee will help our customers satisfy that demand,” said Katy Boyd Dutt, Director of Tactical Marketing and great-granddaughter of the company’s founder.
A portion of Cinnamon Churro’s proceeds assists Grounds for Health, a nonprofit founded in 1996 to establish community-driven, locally sustainable programs to prevent cervical cancer in rural coffee-growing areas. Cervical cancer remains the #1 cause of cancer death for women in low-resource settings, despite being nearly 100 percent preventable.
“Boyd’s Coffee believes in products that are grounded in good,” Boyd Dutt said. “We’re continuing our support of Grounds for Health because we believe they are making a vital difference in the coffee-growing communities that are our partners.”
· Cinnamon Churro Flavored Coffee will be available beginning in April 2014 for a limited time only. The ground coffee is available in cases of 46, 2.75 oz. packets.
Also new is Raspberry Mocha, which combines two favorite flavors together in a rich, creamy beverage. Raspberry Mocha Cappuccino will be available in April 2014 for a limited time only in cases of six 2 lb. packs, each yielding 256 fl. oz.
Compelling point-of-purchase merchandising and easy-to-operate equipment options from Boyd’s Coffee make beverage programs simple and highly profitable for foodservice operators. For information about Boyd Coffee Company’s products and services, call 800-545-4077 or visit www.boyds.com.
About Boyd Coffee Company: Boyd Coffee Company is one of the oldest family-owned coffee companies in the world. Founded in 1900 in Portland, Oregon, Boyd’s has a long, storied history of helping restaurants, hotels and convenience stores attract and keep customers by providing them with consistently excellent coffee, tea and other beverages.
At Boyd’s, we don’t believe that coffee bestows status or makes a statement about the person who drinks it. We believe that people are capable of making their own statements. We hold that coffee is fuel not fashion. It is what it has always been: a reward for good work, done well, and a kick in the pants to get back out there and do some more. That’s the legacy of coffee in America, and that’s the Boyd’s legacy as well.