Baronet Coffee is a long standing coffee brand with a storied history that's as rich as the coffee it produces. Started in 1915 by two brothers Isedore and Nathan Goldsmith, they were responsible for bringing an old world coffee process to America. Relatively soon after came the Great Depression which would dramatically shape the Baronet Coffee's approach to coffee production. During those times, coffee was one of the few luxuries that regular people could afford. It was a grim period in history and anything that could lift a person's spirits was highly sought after. This fact prompted the company to them to raise its standards even higher. This was particularly notable as many companies amidst the financial crisis were forced to do quite the opposite. It's been commonly said that this pivotal decision during the early stages of Baronet Coffee's history is what shaped the company into the what it is today. If it weren't for this decision, there's a chance the company wouldn't be around today and us coffee lovers would have never been introduced to Baronet Coffee Pods.
Fast forward many many successful years later to 2004 when Baronet Coffee joined the “k cup” and coffee pod movement leveraging this promising new technology. Over a decade later, the company has become a leader in the single serve coffee pod industry with their well-known Baronet Coffee Pods. Recognized for their high-quality and more than fair prices, Baronet Coffee Pods are a fan favorite among both regular and high-end coffee drinkers. It's often said that you get what you pay for. In the case of Baronet Coffee pods, you get more. Many coffee drinkers loyal to the brand have said that there seems to be more coffee in Baronet Coffee pods than you're average single serve coffee pods or K cups® . These pods are available in a variety of roasts including French Roast, Kenya AA, Colombian, and Hazelnut.
Any coffee company worth its weight in gold (or high end coffee beans) knows that sustainability is the key to growing , maintaining, and improving the coffee industry as whole. Baronet Coffee participates in many initiatives that focus on social issues surrounding the coffee production process. These include Grounds for Health, Going Green, and Foodshare.
The company also purchases and roasts Fair Trade Coffee from many different parts of the world. As far as Baronet Coffee is concerned, the extra cost they incur is well-worth the benefits to both the farmers who grow the coffee and the customers who ultimately drink it. Enjoy exquisite Baronet K cups® in your Keurig coffee maker and revitalize your morning or afternoon coffee drinking experience.
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