Jammin Java Corp. provides premium roasted coffee on a wholesale level to the grocery, retail, online, service, hospitality, office coffee service and big box store industry. Products Through the use of roaster distributor relationships, the company has the exclusive right to manufacture and market coffee lines to gourmet, natural and independent grocery markets in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean and the non-exclusive right worldwide. The company focuses on three business verticals: domestic, international, and eBusiness subscription model. All three of these channels distribute the company’s product offerings. The company creates and sells various coffee products for coffee distribution channel. The company sells 8 ounce (oz), 12oz ground, and whole bean bagged coffee primarily to the retail grocery channel. The company sells 2lb whole bean and 2.5oz fractional packs primarily to the food service and Office Coffee Service or Breakroom industry. In 2012, the company launched its Marley Coffee RealCups, a single serve compatible cartridge, for use in most models of Keurig’s K-Cup brewing system. Through the licensing agreement, Mother Parkers, develops the relationships with retailers and handles everything from selling, merchandising, discounting, promoting and marketing. In 2014, the company launched Coffee of the Month subscription service as well an online retail platform at https://shop.marleycoffee.com/. The company also sells to other online operators such as Amazon.com, Cooking.com, coffeeicon.com, ecscoffee.com, officedepot.com and coffeewiz.com. The company has distribution in various countries, which include Canada, the United Kingdom, South Korea and Chile. These countries primarily sell to the food service industry, which includes hotels, restaurants and cafes. The company’s U.K. distributor roasts and packs coffee and resells it to customers throughout Europe. The company also does business with coffee machine manufacturers such as Hamilton Beach and Remington Coffee by selling them various products, such as 8oz bags of coffee, fractional packs or RealCup units as samples that come inside boxes of coffee which are sold as packages to end buyers. Sales and Distribution In Canada, the company has distribution channels directly to certain retailers, such as London Drugs and Best Buy. Mother Parkers Tea & Coffee Inc. is the company’s distributor for the food service segment, which sells to restaurant chains like Original Joe’s and Elephant and Castle. Mother Parkers Tea & Coffee also brings the company’s products into retailers such as Loblaw’s, Sobey’s, ID Foods, COOP and Metro. In the United States, for the commercial break room segment, the company uses its national sales representatives, National Coffee Service & Vending (NCS&V), to distribute to various retailers and distributors. In addition to distributions through NCS&V, the company conducts sales directly to retailers, as well as to distributors. Within the U.S. grocery and specialty retail segment, the company utilizes two national brokerage companies to represent, market, and merchandise its products. The company works with Alliance Sales & Marketing, a private food broker based in Charlotte, North Carolina, to increase its new market penetration nationally in the grocery and natural foods retail sector. Within the U.S. grocery and specialty retail segment, the company’s products are distributed through distributors such as UNFI, Kehe, C&S and DPI and the company also distributes directly to certain retailers. Patents and Trademarks The company has a worldwide, exclusive, non-transferable license to utilize the ‘Marley Coffee’ trademarks in connection with the manufacturing, advertising, promotion, sale, offering for sale and distribution of coffee in all its forms and derivations, regardless of portions, sizes or packaging. The company also maintains a Web site at http://www.marleycoffee.com. Competition The company’s most significant competitors, include premium coffee companies such as Starbucks, Peet’s Coffee, Keurig Green Mountain (formerly Green Mountain Coffee Roasters), Farmer’s Brothers and other national, local and regional companies. History The company was incorporated in Nevada in 2004 under the name Global Electronic Recovery Corp. The company changed its name to Marley Coffee Inc. in 2008 and then to Jammin Java Corp. in 2009.
jammin java corp (JAMN:OTC US)
4730 Tejon Street
Denver, CO 80211
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