Shakopee's Cameron's Coffee Launches New Website Based on Coffee Trends
This newly established internet presence comes on the heels of the 2009 opening of the company’s coffee bean roasting facility in Shakopee.
Cameron’s Coffee, a Minnesota-based premium coffee bean roasting company that has been in business for 30 years, recently launched a new website it hopes will help facilitate aggressive growth goals. This newly established internet presence comes on the heels of the 2009 opening of the company’s coffee bean roasting facility in Shakopee.
With a heritage of producing quality coffee without compromising a strong commitment to sustainable and eco-friendly practices, Cameron’s built their one-of-a-kind roasting facility with the goal of operating the world’s cleanest and greenest roaster.
Cameron’s officials believe the coffee culture explosion of the 1990’s has not waned, as some experts have suggested – it has merely shifted. While many retail coffee stores still enjoy a strong following, consumer trending in the United States suggests that coffee fanatics are less interested in making daily stops at their favorite coffee shop and much more interested in brewing it themselves from the comfort of their own homes, according to a news release from Cameron's
Banking on that trend, Cameron’s built a website that allows customers to order the premium coffee blends, flavors, sizes, and shapes (whole bean or grounded) of Cameron’s Coffee. Their goal isn’t to put the brick-and-mortar coffee shops out of business – after all, a culture obsessed with coffee is exactly what Cameron’s wants – they just want to capture those consumers for whom coffee shops have become passé.
Cameron's boasts more than a dozen blends and 30 different flavors of coffee. They also produce cappuccinos, espressos, cocoas, and teas.
They have also delved into social media – customers can now “like” them on Facebook, “follow” them on Twitter, and read their weekly coffee blog. They also offer a “Coffee Adventure Club” that promises to deliver “the world one sip at time.”
To visit the Cameron’s website, click here.