Good Food Awards Coffee Finalists Announced!

Drumroll please! The finalists in the category of coffee of the annual Good Food Awards have been announced! The 100 winners (in all categories, including coffee) will be announced in a 400-person black tie Ceremony at the San Francisco Ferry Building ($95) on January 18, 2013, followed by a 15,000-person Good Food Awards Marketplace ($5) on January 19. Winners will sample and sell their winning products at the public Marketplace, which takes place alongside the renowned CUESA Ferry Plaza Farmers Market. Tickets and details will be available at in mid-December.

1000 Faces Coffee, Mora Mora Georgia
Cafe Grumpy, Las Flores, El Cielito, Santa Barbara, Honduras New York
Case Coffee Roasters, Kenya Nyeri Gaturiri Co-Op-Peaberry Oregon
Cuvee Coffee, Witness Project Fall Texas
Evans Brothers Coffee, Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Oregon
Flying Goat Coffee, Ethiopia Wottuna Boltuma California
Four Barrel Coffee, Ethiopia Wollega Wato California
Gimme! Coffee, Colombia Finca San Luis “ La Gloria New York
Heart Roasters, Ethiopia Yukro & Kenya Ndumberi Oregon
Intelligentsia Coffee & Tea, Kenya Kangocho California
Intelligentsia Coffee & Tea, Gichathaini Kenya Illinois
Joe Bean Coffee Roasters LLC, Pachi Coffee from Nicaragua, Don Roger New York
Joe New York, Ethiopia Camp New York
Kaldi’s Coffee Roasting Co., Panama Lerida Estate Missouri
Kickapoo Coffee, Organic Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Haru Cooperative Wisconsin
MADCAP Coffee, Las Aguas Altas Michigan
Noble Coffee Roasting, Kenya Kia Ora Oregon
Panther Coffee, Colombia Finca El Ventilador Florida
Portland Roasting Coffee, Ethiopia Sidamo Oregon
PT’s Coffee Roasting Co., Kenya Thiriku & Nanno Challa Heirloom Kansas
Sightglass Coffee, Ethiopia, Yukro Gera California
Square One Coffee, Kenya, Nyeri Gatomboya Pennsylvania
Verve Coffee Roasters, Elida Estate Geisha, Panama & Ethiopia Birhanu California

To see the list of finalists in every category, go to


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