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PT’s Coffee Roasting Co among the finalists of the 2021 Good Food Awards

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TOPEKA, KS U.S. – PT’s Coffee Roasting Co proudly announces that two of their coffees are finalists for the 2021 Good Food Awards. Ethiopia Tigesit Waqa Natural and Colombia Granja La Esperanza Sudan Rume Natural were selected from among more than 200 entries by both the public and industry professionals. The sister company of PT’s Coffee, Bird Rock Coffee Roasters, is also a finalist with Granja La Esperanza Cerro Azul.
More details from the Good Food Foundation’s press release:

The Good Food Foundation is proud to announce the 338 outstanding food and drink crafters that are in the running for a 2021 Good Food Award.

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Rising to the top amongst 1,928 entries in 16 categories, these farmers and food crafters are leading the way in quality, sustainability and socially responsible production. With average weekly grocery spending up 17% year over year, and more people seeking to support local, resilient food systems, buying from Good Food Awards Finalists offer a delicious way to align action with intention.

For the first time in Good Food Awards history, the public took part in a portion of the judging. In the coffee category, 200 caffeine lovers narrowed down the 203 entries to 30 top picks, which went on to be judged in a formal cupping by industry veterans.

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This new process led to a group of Coffee Finalists that are more diverse than ever before, hailing from 20 states and 10 countries of origin including Costa Rica, Honduras, Mexico, Ethiopia, Columbia and Panama.

Winners in each category will be announced on January 22nd, 2021. Learn more on the Good Food Foundation’s website.

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