ROCKVILLE, Md., Aug. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Maryland based Mayorga Coffee, LLC is proud to announce that it has once again been listed in Hispanic Business Magazine's prestigious top 500 Hispanic-owned companies. Mayorga Coffee's multi-year presence on this respected list comes at the heels of continuing expansion with national grocery and foodservice companies, as well as specialty grocers and coffee shops throughout the East Coast.
"Being on this list is always an honor," states Martin Mayorga, President and Founder of Mayorga Coffee. "We put so much passion into our relationships, our products, and our common love for what we do," he continued, "the top-line revenue is only one measurement of our growth, but it's obviously an important one. Over the next year, we are working to greatly expand the collaborative relationships we have developed with coffee farms in Central and South America with the ultimate goal of bringing specialty coffee into the majority of American households."
Founded in 1997 by Martin Mayorga, Mayorga Coffee is a highly-recognized minority-certified artisan roaster with wholesale distribution as well as retail locations in the mid-Atlantic. Mayorga hand selects only Specialty Grade Arabica coffee beans from estates and cooperatives with a commitment to growing top-quality coffees. With every cup of coffee comes a commitment to partnering with farmers, employees and retailers to further the health of our communities and the environment. Only when it's roasted by Mayorga can you be assured you're having an authentic coffee experience. Visit www.MayorgaCoffee.com for more information.Mayorga Coffee, LLC
Web site: http://www.mayorgacoffee.com/
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