From the manufacturer
|SF Bay Coffee OneCup French Roast||SF Bay Coffee OneCup Organic Rainforest Blend||SF Bay Coffee OneCup Fog Chaser||SF Bay Coffee OneCup Breakfast Blend||SF Bay Coffee OneCup Decaf French Roast||SF Bay Coffee OneCup Hazelnut Creme|
|Roast Level||Dark Roast||Medium Roast||Medium/Dark Roast||Medium Roast||Dark Roast||Medium Roast|
|Tasting Notes||Rich Dark Chocolate, Toasted Cinnamon, Full-bodied, Smoky Finish||Sweet Dark Berry, Dark Chocolate, Hint of Jasmine, Full-bodied||Creamy Milk Chocolate, Mandarin Orange, Toffee, Smooth Finish||Toffee, Milk Chocolate, Sweet Mandarin, Smooth Finish||Rich Dark Chocolate, Toasted Cinnamon, Full-bodied, Smoky Finish||Toasted Hazelnut, Touch of Cinnamon, Madagascar Vanilla, Creamy Finish|
|Count Sizes Available||12, 36, 80, 50, 120||12, 36, 80, 50, 120||12, 36, 80, 50, 120||12, 36, 80, 50, 120||12, 36, 80, 50, 120||12, 36, 80, 120|
ONECUP COMPOSTABLE COFFEE PODS
SF Bay Coffee OneCup pods are certified commercially compostable by BPI. Our single-serve pods and bag are made from compostable materials, including a paper lidding, plant-based ring, and mesh coffee filter. OneCup pods are also compatible with k-cup brewers, including Keurig 2.0. Enjoy the convenience of SF Bay Coffee OneCups available in a variety of flavors and blends at home or in the office.
SF Bay Coffee
“We knew the coffee industry needed to change and it would start with us.”
At SF Bay Coffee, we are committed to continue progressing in coffee farming and production by practicing innovation and sustainability, offering fair trade to our farmers, and minimizing waste, all while providing the best coffee. Our practices include methods that break the wall of normal from the first fully compostable OneCup to using yeast in our milling methods, we love to push the envelope. But this wouldn’t be possible without our farmers and their dedication to providing us with high quality beans. And without you, customers who believe in us.
OUR FOUR PILLARS
- ONE: Pay the farmer above the cost of production.
- TWO: Work to improve the quality and quantity of coffee they produce on the farm.
- THREE: Improve the social conditions of a farm.
- FOUR: Improve the social conditions of a community.