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Partnership Boosts NuZee Coffee's Manufacturing Footprint

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The coffee products co-packer entered into a manufacturing agreement with a partner facility in Knoxville, TN.

Coffee products co-packer NuZee Coffee recently entered into a manufacturing agreement with a partner facility in Knoxville, TN to expand its manufacturing presence in the eastern United States. The company announced Wednesday that the partner’s SQF and Organic certified plant will enable it to provide a “holistic coffee supply” and manufacturing program to its customers.

“We are excited to enter into this partnership and have this partner facility complement our production facility portfolio. We anticipate that this partner facility will manufacture our single serve formats and expect it can also provide capabilities like roasting and coffee co-packing to beter serve our existing and new customers that want a more holistic coffee program from NuZee,” Jose Ramirez, chief sales and supply chain officer for NuZee, said in a company release. “We believe that providing customers better access to manufacturing facilities across the United States can help all of us be more efficient, reduce cost of logistics, and contribute to more sustainable manufacturing practices, which is important to us.”

The partner’s SQF and Organic certified plant in Knoxville will be part of a NuZee risk management program to increase operational flexibility during supply chain disruptions, like those caused by COVID-19.

NuZee currently operates manufacturing sites in California, Texas, and South Korea.

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