International

Lincoln & York, across the world

If you have a business based outside the UK or are thinking of taking your brand overseas, our team is on hand to support you.

Supplying more than 15 global markets, not only do we have the coffee expertise to assist your growth, we also understand the legal requirements you may face and have international logistics solutions in place for you, as well as a dedicated account manager based in Europe.

With 30 years’ experience in sourcing, roasting and packing coffee in a variety of recyclable pack formats, our team of coffee experts is here to support your business.

What we do

International coffee
industry experts

Supply more than 15
global markets

Europe-based sales support team

The world is your coffee cup

Our industry-leading coffee expertise and consumer insight works just as well for our international partners as it does our UK ones.

Our quality-focused Q Graders and coffee buyers source and blend coffees that meet the needs of customers and consumers in your country or region – and because we’re tasting and quality checking 150 cups a day, you can rest assured that we will bring the very best bespoke blends to the international market.

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Experts in coffee export

As experts in export who are currently shipping coffee to Europe, the Middle East and Asia, our in-house technical and supply chain teams can manage all relevant paperwork, including ensuring that packaging and product are compliant with local legislation.

We are located just 10 minutes from the international port of Hull – from where our coffee can be shipped around the globe.

Shore-to-shore support

As well as the quality of our coffee and the expertise to ship across the world we have a European based Account Manager, Ewelina, who is on hand to offer tailored day-to-day support.

In addition, we can provide category and consumer insights tailored to your market and your consumers via our Category Insights Manager, Richard.

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