100 Years, 100 Reasons

to Celebrate.

In honor of our Centennial year, we want to celebrate communities that inspire us. From the farmers that help ensure the quality of our coffee beans, to military service men and service women, runners, musicians, and many more. Let's raise a cup to the incredible communities of Community® coffee drinkers who are helping to usher in our next 100 years.

Celebrating Centennial

2019 marks the 100-year anniversary of Community Coffee Company. We're celebrate our history, the communities we’ve become a part of, and the fans that make it all worthwhile. #100years100reasons #CommunityCoffee100years

 
 
ON the BLOG

100 Years, 100 reasons: Family

What defines a hero? Is it someone risking their lives every day for our freedom? Is it someone who scores the game-winning goal? Heroes come in many shapes and sizes, and we’re celebrating every single one. Read more about our heroes achieving great things with Community Coffee by their side.

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ON the BLOG

100 Years, 100 reasons: Family

Since our start in 1919, Community Coffee Company has been family owned and family operated, built by generations of the Saurage family—a family extremely passionate about creating a coffee experience that leaves a lasting impression. In return, our coffee has extended far beyond the Saurage family name and become central to a multitude of memorable moments over the past century.

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STORIES from OUR FANS

"My favorite Community Coffee memory of my Grandma and Grandpa starts when I was about 8 years old and continued for as long as I had them here. Sitting in their kitchen in Chauvin with the windows open, the sticky breeze blowing through the house, and my Grandma making me a cup of Community Coffee milk. I've loved coffee ever since. I can't wait to share this tradition with my grandchildren."

-Raegan C

"I treasure the memories of sitting around the kitchen table at my mother's home with my mother, grandmother and sister drinking a cup of Community Coffee and catching up with each other. My mother and grandmother are gone now. I plan to continue this tradition in the future with my twin granddaughters."

-Sheryl E