Add some meaning to your Office Coffee with Grounds & Hounds

Every pound saves a hound. National Coffee (NCS&V) has joined forces with Jordan Karcher of Grounds & Hounds to bring something meaningful to the Office Coffee channel.

Grounds & Hounds Coffee Co. is a new line of 100% fair trade and certified organic coffee that donates 20% of all proceeds to no kill rescue organizations that provide safe-havens for dogs between homes.
Every office has a dog lover; some offices even have dogs.  “We started roasting this product through our partner NCR, we’re excited about introducing it to our customers. Jordan’s passion is infectious and the quality of the coffee speaks for itself.  Together we hope to help a lot of Hounds.,” said Rick Dutkiewicz, President of National Coffee.

Grounds & Hounds Coffee Co. donates 20% of proceeds to their rescue partner located closest to the product’s point of purchase. For example, 20% of all Grounds & Hounds proceeds made in Western, PA are sent to their Pennsylvania rescue partner, Animal Rescue League and Wildlife Center, while 20% of proceeds made in Los Angeles are donated to the LA based organization, NKLA. For more information on Grounds & Hounds please visit

“The driving motto behind Grounds & Hounds Coffee Co. is ‘something for everyone, every one for something.’ We are a coffee company that doesn’t necessarily view itself as a coffee company. We believe that great coffee is our medium for solving a problem. We use the sale of our fair trade, organic coffees to help dog rescue initiatives around the country.” Jordan Karcher, Founder of Grounds & Hounds Coffee Co.

National Coffee has been representing the finest suppliers and their products for over 30 years. Through our extensive sales network, we can offer our products and programs to any location, coast to coast in the United States and Canada. For more information, please visit the company’s website at, or contact our corporate office at 954-775-0357.
For further information on this release readers should contact: Leah Casanova

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