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 in the United States. The company offers a line of coffee in whole bean and ground form with varying sizes, including 2.5 ounce (oz), 8oz, 12oz, and 2 pound (lbs) sizes. The company also offers a ‘single serve’ solution with its compostable Single-Serve Pods for Bunn and other pod-based home and office brewers. The company is also working to provide vending solutions through various partnerships and to sell coffee through rolling BikeCaffes. Its primary channels include grocery retail, online retail, office coffee services, foodservice, vending, and automated retailing in the United States and internationally. The company offers Marley Coffee Organic Ground and Marley Coffee Jamaica Blue Mountain Ground coffees; compostable Single-Serve Pods for Bunn and other pod-based home and office brewers; Marley Coffee RealCup; compatible cartridges for use in various models of Keurig's K-Cup brewing system; and 2.5 oz. fractional (frac) packs and 2 lbs bags primarily used for food service. The company initially focused on retail grocery sales and marketing on the West Coast and Southwest portions of the United States and Western Canada. Additionally, during the year ended January 31, 2013, the company added two additional channels, such as Marley Coffee branded vending solutions and Marley Coffee branded Bike Cafés. Branded Vending and Foodservice: AVT, Inc. is a major developer of vending and self-service retail equipment that has created Marley Coffee branded coffee self-automated vending machines designed to target college campuses, traditional retail locations, high-density traffic areas, such as theaters and hotels and traditional foodservice vendors. Marley Coffee BikeCaffe Mobile Franchise Concept: Marley Coffee branded BikeCaffe Coffee Bike, found in select cities in the U.S. and Europe, is a new approach to serving coffee to customers. These three-wheeled, geared bikes are environmentally-friendly, full-service cafes that roll from location to location. Bike Caffe franchises are available to Marley Coffee branded bikes that would sell coffee drinks featuring Marley Coffee beans. Sales and Distribution In Canada, the company has distribution channels directly to certain retailers, such as London Drugs and Best Buy, and Mother Parkers Tea and Coffee are the company’s distributors for the food service segment. 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’s products are distributed through various distributors and it also distributes directly to certain retailers. Cooking.com and Amazon.com carry the company’s entire line of coffee. Its products are also being sold by other major on-line coffee retailers, such as coffeewiz.com, bettercoffee.com, tikihutcoffee.com, and coffeecow.com. The company has a line of coffee products and equipment primarily available for food service clients, such as universities, hotels, cafes, restaurants, and convenient stores. Suppliers The company’s suppliers include Canterbury Coffee Corporation and European Roasterie, Inc. Patents, Trademarks, and Licenses In 2012, the company entered into a 15 year license agreement with Fifty-Six Hope Road Music Limited (Fifty-Six Hope Road), a Bahamas international business company, pursuant to which Fifty-Six Hope Road granted the company 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; and coffee roasting services, coffee production services, and coffee sales, supply, distribution and support services. Additionally, the company does business under the name ‘Marley Coffee’, the rights to which name is owned by Fifty-Six Hope Road. The company also maintains Websites at http://www.marleycoffee.com and http://www.jamminjavacoffee.com. Significant Events In January 2014, Marley Coffee announced that its RealCup single-serve cups are available in Canada at select locations in five new grocery/retail chains. Competition The company’s competitors include Starbucks, Tully’s, Seattle’s Best, Peet’s Coffee, Green Mountain Coffee, and Farmer’s Brothers. 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 Markets Group Inc - OTCQB)
730 Tejon Street
Denver, CO 80211
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