SEATTLE, WA, U.S. – Baristas Coffee Company, Inc. announced yesterday that it has been approved to export to Mexico the only White Coffee single serve cups compatible with the Keurig® K-Cup® Brewing System 2.0 available anywhere in Mexico. This is being accomplished by Baristas exclusive international distributor agreement with ComNery’s Brand Distribution, L.L.C. — an Affiliate of Nery’s Logistics (www.neryslogistics.com) the exclusive distributer of Baristas line of products throughout Mexico.
ComNery’s through its affiliation with Nery’s Logistics distributes products throughout Mexico to retail outlets including Walmart, 7 Eleven, Oxxo, Sam’s Club, Calimax, and Comercial Mexicana, among others.
White Coffee is a rarity and is developed using a slow and low heat roast that preserves a much higher caffeine level than a traditional roast. Because the beans have been under-roasted, white coffee has a lighter taste than traditional coffee and is described as both neutral and nutty.
Both Baristas White Coffee and Espresso Roast Single Serve Cups are available and utilize Baristas award winning five bean variety of pure Arabica beans that have been hand selected and individually roasted to touch all seven parts of the taste experience in the perfect combination.
ComNery’s will initially distribute the Baristas White Coffee and Espresso Roast K-Cups as well as other specialty products to be announced. The exclusive international distributor agreement includes the right to sell Baristas branded equipment, and food beverages and supplies throughout all of Mexico.
Barry Henthorn, CEO, stated: “Mexico is a very compelling market for us to enter into especially being able to do so with such a strong distributor.
The response we have had having sold out our initial product run in the first day and having sold out on Amazon on the first day as well is very encouraging.
The single serve market in Mexico is just beginning to mature and Baristas is excited to be able to have our products introduced at a time when the consumers are rapidly adopting to what has become commonplace in the United States.”