Bump ‘n Grind Reveals New Retail Packaging

Downtown Silver Spring coffee shop & roaster Bump n’ Grind has revealed new retail packaging for their coffee, according to a blog post on the outlet’s website.

“As a small business, little improvements and refinements of product, packaging, and messaging are always important to the larger mission,” Bump ‘n Grind owner David Fogel wrote on the shop’s Liner Notes blog. “As Bump ‘n Grind continues to scale up and expand the market in which our gourmet roasted beans reach, our colorful and vibrant packaging will stand out on the shelf, as well as in your kitchen! Full of style, we want our beans to look as good as they taste!

“Since Bump ‘n Grind’s inception, the company has placed a pride in hand-packaging and labeling all of the coffee that hits the shelves in the DC Metropolitan area,” Fogel continued. “As the company continues to evolve and expand, our new, 100% recyclable packaging is able to tell the story of our brand, while providing more useful information to the customers that love our coffee. For those looking for guidance on how to perfect each of your morning brews, every bag now has recommended preparation instructions, as well as a description on how each bean blend satisfies our “Conscientious Coffee” designation. The industry seals for each blend are included on the back of the packaging to guarantee an attention to sustainability, social justice, and environmental stewardship.  The pillars of our mission, “Coffee, Music, and Community,” are also represented in the fine details of packaging.”

Bump ‘n Grind opened a kiosk last June at the Brigadier General Charles E. McGee Library in downtown Silver Spring, and their Kensington roasting facility opened in December of 2020.

Photo courtesy Bump ‘n Grind

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