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S&D Coffee & Tea Launches TODDY Cold Brew Coffee Concentrates

March 09, 2017 Industry News
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S&D Coffee & Tea, the largest coffee and tea manufacturer and supplier to restaurants and convenience stores in America, has launched TODDY cold brew coffee concentrates―simplifying cold brew coffee for foodservice operations.

TODDY is the “original” cold brew with over 50 years of heritage. TODDY means richer cold-brew coffee flavor with no bitterness that comes from steeping to taste and a pristine product because of TODDY’s proprietary filtration system.

John Buckner, vice president of marketing at S&D, says, “Our TODDY cold brew concentrates alleviate the hassle of measuring, steeping and filtering out coffee grounds when operators try to make cold brew at the store level. With our product you get authentic cold brew in minutes by the batch or by the glass, and you don’t have to worry about running out by mid-morning.”

TODDY cold brew concentrates are also shelf stable and significantly reduce the food safety risk and storage challenges that are issues when cold brewing in the back of the house.

S&D offers two concentrates to meet customers’ needs:

TODDY Cold Brew Coffee Black Label concentrate: a 4:1 cold brew concentrate that delivers a perfectly balanced cold brew coffee. It can be enjoyed pure black or customized to a customer’s preference.

TODDYCold Brew Coffee White Label concentrate: a 24:1 cold brew concentrate that is specifically formulated with a more pronounced cold brew coffee flavor for mixing with dairy in traditional iced coffees or frozen coffee drinks.

“With the growing popularity of cold brew coffee, we saw the need for craft-quality products that are easy to implement,” Buckner says. “Our concentrates safely and consistently deliver delicious cold brew coffee every time, while making the process stress-free for foodservice operations.”

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