Wednesday 17 August 2022

Israel’s most popular coffee is now available in Keurig compatible K-Cups

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BOCA RATON, Fla., U.S. — Cafe Joe USA is proud to announce the next step in their expanded coffee offerings with their new line of Keurig compatible K-Cups. Cafe Joe USA has grown dramatically since launching sales in US in late 2017 and has recently increased their offerings of premium Israeli coffee on both their website and Amazon.

By introducing their new K Cup line, Cafe Joe USA will be able to offer Israel’s most popular coffee for the United States’ most popular single serve system.

While Cafe Joe has established a twenty year reputation for excellent coffee in Israel; however, this is the first time their coffee will be available for sale in K Cups.

Using the highest quality whole beans roasted in the Cafe Joe factory in Israel, Cafe Joe USA is partnering with one of the leading coffee co-packing firms in the US to create their K Cups.

Cafe Joe USA’s CEO Aron Schoenfeld explains the excitement for their new K Cup line. “As soon as we began offering premium quality Israeli coffee to American coffee lovers, we were inundated for requests for K cups. It took months to find the right co-packing partner and choosing which of our whole bean flavors would make for the perfect K Cup experience. We are certain that you are going to love waking up to Cafe Joe’s K Cups every morning.”

The initial K Cup line will include their Boker and Rosh Hashanah blends, decaf and their new, flagship flavor Joe Americano. Additional flavors focused on single origin coffees will be added wirhin the next few months.

The Joe Americano blend was created especially for American coffee lovers. Adds Schoenfeld: “We received thousands of requests from K Cup drinkers, and we wanted to thank them for their patience. Therefore, we decided to introduce our Joe Americano blend to the American coffee community as part of our K Cup launch – it is absolutely worth the wait. After the first sip you will be pleased that you chose Cafe Joe.”

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