K&F Coffee Roasters Rolls Out New Packaging and Consolidates Under One Label

K&F Coffee Roasters has a new coffee package design. The company has also consolidated all of its coffees, conventional and organic, under the K&F Coffee Roasters name.

Portland, Oregon – November 01, 2013 – K&F Coffee Roasters of Portland Oregon (“K&F” or “the company”) has rolled out new packaging for its full line of coffees and consolidated both its conventional and organic coffees under the K&F Coffee Roasters name. The new packaging features the company’s refreshed logo, revised from its original hand drawn design, in white on a black background with ampersands dissolving to solid black. The new coffee package design also bears a cup watermark with three wisps of steam to suggest the company’s history and tagline, “Three Generations in Every Cup™.”
Founded in 1983 by Don Dominguez and his father Bud, the mission of K&F Coffee Roasters is “to inspire you through coffee.” K&F roasts and distributes conventional and organic, Bird-Friendly, and Fair Trade arabica coffees. The company also distributes its own TazArriba® Mexican Spiced Cocoa, Torani syrups, teas and smoothie mixes and provides brewers through its equipment loan program. K&F is a wholesale distributor to espresso bars, drive-throughs, restaurants, hotels, and specialty grocers. The company also provides training and consultation covering all aspects of running a coffee oriented business, and has a well established private label business with the ability to package in the full range from fractional packs to five pound bulk.
K&F owns and operates one retail store, Clinton Street Coffeehouse, on Portland’s East Side. The coffeehouse has been in continuous operation for 20 years, since 1993.
Founder Don Dominguez has continued to build his expertise in the specialty coffee industry through trade affiliations such as the Pacific Coast Coffee Association (PCCA) where he recently served on the board, the Oregon Restaurant Association (ORA), the Oregon Lodging Association (OLA) and the Specialty Coffee Association of America (SCAA). In 2010 he became a Certified Coffee Q-Grader.

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