Coda Coffee's goal is to make you feel good about the coffee you drink. We are dedicated to promoting sustainability in every sense of the word: both in our ongoing commitment to the environment and to the quality of life experienced by individuals in the coffee industry. This passion for friggin' awesome coffee and worldly do-gooding creates a feel-good community for everyone we touch- customers, vendors, farmers, and employees Coda’s own Farm2Cup certification ensures that you can feel good about the coffee you drink. By initiating best practice sharing and quality control, investing in the farming communities and bring a better quality of life for farmers, we are able to bring you the highest quality coffee possible: it tastes good, it feels good. In 2013, Coda was was B Lab certified, further demonstrating our commitment to the greater good for all. B Lab certified companies are building a new sector of the economy by using the power of business to solve social and environmental problems. We are also extremely proud to have been named Roast Magazine's Macro Roaster of the Year in 2014.
Coda Coffee has 1.35k Twitter Followers. The number of followers has decreased 0.2% month over month and decreased 0.9% quarter over quarter
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Who are Coda Coffee competitors?
Competitors of Coda Coffee include Thanksgiving Coffee, Veritable Vegetable and Jim's Organic Coffee.
Where is Coda Coffee headquarters?
Coda Coffee headquarters is located at 1751 E 58th Ave B3, Denver.
Where are Coda Coffee offices?
Coda Coffee has offices in Denver and Glendale.
How many offices does Coda Coffee have?
Coda Coffee has 2 offices.
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