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La Colombe Coffee Roasters
Specialty Coffee Roasters in NYC
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1045 6th Ave, Seven Bryant Park Building, (SW Corner of W 40th St & 6th Ave), New York, NY 10018 (Bryant Park)

154 Prince St, New York, NY 10012 (Prince St.)

601 West 27th Street, New York, NY 10001 (27th St Terminal Warehouse)

67 Wall St, New York, NY 10005 (Wall Street)

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La Colombe Coffee Roasters founders Todd Carmichael and J.P. Iberti built La Colombe on a simple but ambitious mission: to make the world better through coffee. What started out as a vision for serving the best coffee to the country, became an opportunity to influence meaningful change around the world. This is how they plan to make a difference. They believe in equity for people and groups that have long been marginalized and amplifying organizations and causes that uplift voices that go unheard.
They’re committed to building, strengthening, and healing communities where they live and work. Whether it be hosting neighborhood events, lending our voice to support local causes, or providing momentary relief through coffee donations, they aim to use their influence to further the shared values of their community. They believe in leaving a better world for future generations. Sustainability is top of mind in their cafes, roasting and warehouse facilities. Through sustainable packaging, environmentally-friendly practices, and support of their country’s most valued outdoor landmarks, the National Parks, they aim to create a better world by eliminating waste and preserving the environment. They believe in investing in, uplifting, and protecting the treasured communities they source their coffee from who are being hit hardest by economic strife, climate change, and other issues. Through responsible sourcing practices, investment in infrastructure and education at origin, and direct communication with producers, they aim to improve and uphold the wellbeing of coffee-growing communities who contribute so much to this industry and culture.
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