May 20, 2008

Coffee Pod Maker Baronet Still Growing Amid Competition

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Getting the behind the scene details on one of our favorite coffee pod makers here at Single Serve Coffee is always exciting, and this article we found at the Courant is exceptional. It has full details on how Bruce Goldsmith, president of Baronet Coffee Inc., knows his company can't be content to sit still, and is the third generation to roast coffee under the Baronet name. Click on through for an amazing read, and lots of details regarding their inception, growth, and where they think the single serve coffee market is going.

Read and you can also read our "Visiting Baronet Coffee" article for even more details on Baronet Coffee.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at May 20, 2008 7:32 AM

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I'm a little dissapointed with Baronet. I've written them a couple of times asking about their samplers. I wanted to order a mix of their megapods to try and they didn't even bother to respond. The shipping for their small pod sampler is more expensive than the product. Their stuff is twice as expensive as Timothy's on Amazon. Until they get a little more customer friendly, I will pass...


Posted by: Bodhammer at May 20, 2008 8:30 PM
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