Louisiana-based Community Coffee Company, which describes itself as America’s largest family-owned retail coffee brand, is expanding into new markets across the Southeast, including Northwest Arkansas and Nashville.
Two of the company’s most popular roasts are already available at Wal-Mart stores in those locations. In Louisiana, Community Coffee Co. supplies roasted beans to grocery and convenience stores, restaurants, hotels and CC’s Community Coffee House locations in Baton Rouge, New Orleans and Lafayette.
“Over the past few years, we have seen a steady increase in the popularity of Community coffee products in the Southeast,” said Matt Saurage, Community Coffee Co. chairman, in an announcement of the expansion plans “The company’s expansion into these new markets will allow us to meet the growing demand with the same quality products and customer service we have provided to our customers in Louisiana for 93 years.”
The company is currently airing commercials in the Arkansas and Nashville markets that highlight its long history in the South.