Thanksgiving Coffee Company

We are an artisan coffee roaster in Northern California. We buy from small farms and cooperatives around the world and our family run company is committed to sustainability. Find out where to buy our coffee or visit our online store.

A Trip to Africa: Day 9 -The Final Entry

December 12th, 2014

We see a bright future for telling the story of the value of interfaith and tribal cooperation in the quest for improved living conditions for all.

Customer Stories: Bovine Bakery

December 1st, 2014

On a cold morning, few things go together better then a hot cup of coffee and a fresh pastry from the Bovine Bakery.

Meet Our Staff: Larry Tholberg

November 4th, 2014

Meet Larry, our regional sales manager, direct delivery supervisor, and designer of our in store coffee display units.

Customer Stories: Comal

October 28th, 2014

Comal is a wonderful restaurant that features a secluded rear patio with a full bar, covered dining area and an open air beer garden with a fire pit.

Coffee Movies

October 10th, 2014

This is a different kind of blog post. Paul would like to share some excellent movies with you that don’t have anything to do with coffee, but are great movies to enjoy with a coffee in hand.

Meet Our Staff: Melva Shandel

September 30th, 2014

One might think that 27 years on the job would dull her enthusiasm, but not so with Melva. She is as spirited today as she was on day one.

A Trip to Africa: Day 8 – Making the New Transparency Work

September 26th, 2014

Our decade of work building a relationship with Mirembe Kawomera had been hijacked by The Coexist Foundation. Our story was re-filmed and revised to replace our Brand with Coexists Brand, and the farmers we set out to help were paying the price of Coexist’s duplicity.

A Trip to Africa: Day 7 – All Things Revealed

September 23rd, 2014

It was revealed that the “mystery coffee” was scheduled to be shipped to Newark, New Jersey. The buyer was The Coexist Foundation, a British charity with offices in Washington DC. It was time to meet with the Cooperative Board.

Customer Stories: 955 Ukiah

September 15th, 2014

In the heart of Mendocino there is a gem of a restaurant that takes its name from its address: 955 Ukiah Street.

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