The Roasterie – Taste Good – Do Good

The Roasterie, in Kansas City, is doing more than serving up a great cup of coffee, their making a difference in the local and global community. As a coffee company and roastery, The Roasterie is engaged in a crop to cup effort to share and nurture communities. In the KC area alone, The Roasterie is engaged in donating products, time and resources to over 150 local charities each year. The list of charities these guys are working with is extensive and includes the:

Local Opera, Kansas City Symphony, Chamber Orchestra, KCUR Public Radio, KCPT Public Television, National Kidney Foundation, American Red Cross, American Cancer Society, Leukemia Foundation and March of Dimes, just to name a few.

Just yesterday The Roasterie took part in a blood drive with a Give Blood Get Coffee campaign where it gave out a free bag of coffee to everyone who volunteered to give blood.

The Roasterie is also committed to serving the global community and this can be seen by the companies creation of the St. Drogo Foundation, named after the patriot saint of coffee. The foundation helps the local communities that produce The Roasterie’s coffees. In many cases The Roasterie pays up to 4 times the price offered by the commercial industry, and gives back a portion of every bag sold, to the communities it buys form. By partnering with other organizations The Roasterie has been successful in providing children with education and health facilities for its coffee growing communities.

If you see The Roasterie’s products or are around the KC area, we would suggest that you should check them out, and if you do, we would love to hear your thoughts.

Find The Roasterie on the web or learn more about how they are standing by their mission: Taste good, do good at

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