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March 25, 2014

Northbridge Coffee Roasters New Facilities

Roasting coffee in Northbridge since 1936, the journey of The Northbridge Coffee Roasters began when a real cup of coffee was considered a rare and exotic commodity.
Brand new facilities have now been revealed at The Northbridge Coffee Roasters, including a modern temperature and humidity controlled warehouse, dedicated coffee equipment sales area and technical support and in-house coffee hub and coffee education centre.
As one of the longest standing, privately-owned coffee roasters in Western Australia, The Northbridge Coffee Roasters credit providing long-term stability as one of the key strengths, as well as being a part of the same family-owned business that is responsible for The Re Group and WA gourmet food institution, European Foods Wholesalers.
In order to roast daily, in both the current trend of artisan and on a larger scale and to continue to work with a diverse selection of wholesale customers, The Northbridge Coffee Roasters’ new facilities have created a start-to-end coffee experience. That is, the ability to work with clients and present them with a coffee of their preference, the capability to supply consistency and knowledge to effectively maintain customer relationships, and assurance of commitment evident throughout its premises, which are among the best resourced facilities of its kind in the southern hemisphere. This puts The Northbridge Coffee Roasters in a league that is hard to compare.





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