Prior Notification of Coffee Price Increace

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As you may be aware the world prices for coffee have been increasing steadily throughout the year.

Although the commodity prices are difficult enough to absorb, we have also been faced with a dramatic fall in the value of the pound against the US Dollar (which coffee is traded in) and also the Euro which has an impact on other imported goods.

We do not wish to compromise the quality or range of the coffees we offer, however replacement costs over the past 3 months mean we will have to increase all coffee prices by approx. 9% on all orders for delivery on or after Monday 5th December.  

I hope you appreciate our position and this gives you good notice.

We always endeavour to supply you with the best quality and freshly roasted coffees possible, alongside a quality of service associated with a long established local family run company.

Stuart Archer


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