Wholesale Coffee Beans
When it comes to choosing a partner to supply wholesale coffee for your café, you are indeed spoilt for choice. But who is the right one for you?
Philosophy: We are big on doing the right thing.
We love to partner with cafes that genuinely care about what coffee they serve.
We are big on seriously good coffee that is good for the planet and good for our farming communities. Not only do we source and roast the best quality specialty coffees, but we are also committed to our fair supply chain. This means, we pay ethical prices, re-invest funds into social projects and source coffees from sustainable farming practices. And because as coffee roasters we are increasingly concerned we the impact of climate change, we have taken action and went carbon neutral, so our emissions are net zero.
Coffee menu: You'll be spoilt for choice.
You'll be spoilt for choice with our ripper coffee blends, organic coffees for a better daily coffee routine, coffee from our women coffee grower programs, unique filter coffees or a tasty organic decaf. We roast all our coffees fresh in small batches from our coffee roastery here in Melbourne.
Pricing and Equipment: What determines our wholesale coffee price.
Our wholesale coffee pricing depends on a couple of factors. Let’s break them down:
The quality of the coffee
If you are after cheap wholesale coffee, this means compromising on either the quality and/or the supply chain. We don’t compromise on either. If you are after cheap coffee, unfortunately, we are not a match. We like to think we offer good value for money – excellent quality coffee sourced through an ethical supply chain.
Let’s talk numbers. In reality, the difference between a great wholesale coffee and a cheap wholesale coffee lies between $5 to $10 per kilo. That translates to only $0.05 to $0.10 difference per cup of coffee. So we know where we’d rather put our money.
The volume you buy
We have implemented a tiered pricing model for wholesale coffee. That means the more you order per week, the better prices you get.
The coffee equipment you may require for your cafe
We understand cash flow is often tight, so getting coffee equipment through your roaster can be beneficial. We will add the costs for buying, installing, and maintaining the equipment to the coffee price.
Let’s talk numbers again. Suppose you enter into a 3-year contract with a minimum volume of 30kg of coffee per week and we supply equipment worth approximately $15,000 plus installation, maintenance and training. In that case, you are looking to add between $5 to $6 to your coffee price per kilo. So the higher the cost of the equipment and the lower your weekly volume of coffee, the higher the price of your coffee.
We are happy to discuss your cafe equipment requirements with a minimum volume of 30kg per week.
Training and service: We want you to be successful.
We want you to be successful. That’s why we support you with training and marketing material and customer service you’ll be overjoyed with.
Better for the planet: We help you reduce your carbon footprint.
Over the past years, we have worked hard to reduce emissions within our operations. And we are working with our partners in the supply chain to do the same. That’s why we have implemented programs that help you minimise waste and reduce greenhouse emissions in your cafe. We offer environmentally friendly packaging options for our wholesale coffee. And we have partnered with Reground here in Melbourne to help you divert spent coffee grounds from landfill to gardens and reduce not only waste but also greenhouse emissions.
Social impact: With every sip.
Getting involved in making a positive social impact was never easier and more delicious! When you partner with 23 Degrees as your supplier of wholesale coffee, you support our social projects through your choice of coffee. These projects make a real difference in our farming communities, so they can keep producing the delicious coffees your customers love to drink, and we love to roast. You can read more about our social projects here.