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It has been more than three years since we have changed the prices of our year-round coffees. It has always been our goal to keep our price as low as possible. However, in order to continue sourcing the best coffee and providing excellent value, we are increasing the prices of our blends by approximately 7%.

Effective May 1, 2014, prices for Farmhouse will increase to $14.75 per bag, Decaf Farmhouse to $15.25, No. 46 will to $14.75, Toscano to $14.75, Rustico to $14.75, and Apollo will increase to $15.75 (beginning June 1, 2014).

Thank you for understanding that this price increase means that we can continue to maintain the superior standard of our products and services.
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