PS Coffee Roasters - Kildare Good News - Covid 19

Kildare Good News

The Covid-19 virus has certainly presented many of our Business clients and communities with serious challenges.

However, sometimes with challenge comes opportunity, and as said by Winston Churchill, we must never waste a good crisis!

Over recent weeks, we are seeing how businesses and communities have innovated and adapted despite the restrictions.

We want to share these inspiring, uplifting, funny and happy news, photos, videos and more to spread some #KildareGoodNews!

 

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Email content to localenterprise@kildarecoco.ie> max 300 words, including photos, videos and any other content!

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Our next good news story comes from brothers Peter and Simon from PS Coffee Roasters.

 

Jacqui Mc Nabb Head of Enterprise Kildare County Council

 


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PS Coffee Roasters

Winner of the Gold Standard Going Plastic Free award 2020, PS Coffee Roasters is a company founded by two brothers during the end of the recession in 2015. The company imports and roasts high speciality grade coffee that is bagged into Ireland's first fully customised compostable bags. PS Coffee Roasters supply to wholesale and retail customers and operate two cafes in Kildare. www.pscoffeeroasters.com

 

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“We have been very quick to adapt our business to only operating online via our website www.pscoffeeroasters.ie. The website is updated hourly. We hope it will be key to surviving until we can reopen and perhaps even generate new future customers who wouldn’t have bought our coffee before.

We have had our first USA customer this week and a few from the UK as well. We also realise that not all of our wholesale customers have an income at the moment so we are sharing a portion of our profits with them too.

We recently launched a new “Frontline Coffee’ where customers can vote on which Frontline team we will donate bags of coffee to during the crisis. It’s the least we can do to try help each other and generate some positivity!” 

 

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