Deep Valley Coffee introduces Biodynamic coffee

Deep Valley Coffee has launched the first-ever comprehensive retail line of biodynamic coffee currently distributed to more than 100 stores across the United States.

“At Deep Valley Coffee, my mission is to offer consumers the purest artisan coffee grown with absolutely no chemicals, fertilizers or pesticides, much the way nature intended,” said Robert Flam, owner of Deep Valley Coffee, New York, New York. “I am excited to be the first to widely introduce Biodynamic coffee to the US market and give consumers a high-quality, deeply organic coffee.”

Biodynamic farming is a comprehensive form of farming focused on healing the planet through regenerative agriculture. According to Demeter USA, the certification agency for biodynamic products, these farms are self-contained, self-sustaining, complete ecosystems, that follow the cycles of nature. Biodynamic farmers never use GMOs, synthetic chemicals, fertilizers or pesticides, and everything used to support the farm is produced in the farm’s environment.

Deep Valley Coffee is grown in adherence to farming methods regulated by Demeter’s biodynamic certification program at a single estate in Espirito Santo, Brazil. Deep Valley Coffee is available in three Biodynamic blends: Light Roast, Medium Roast and Dark Roast.

“Deep Valley Coffee is influencing the way coffee is grown and consumed. With Deep Valley Coffee, consumers know their coffee was grown in a way that positively impacts our environment, and it will be exciting to see biodynamic coffee reach a wide market in 2017,” said Dwight Richmond, grocery director of Earth Fare Market, which has 40 locations in nine states, and former global grocery director of Whole Foods Market.

Deep Valley Coffee will be exhibiting at Natural Products Expo West from 9-12 March in Anaheim, California.

Deep Valley Coffee rolled out to retail stores in September 2016 and is currently available in more than 100 locations including Whole Foods Market, Earth Fare Market, Amazon and in specialty stores across the Northeast. Deep Valley Coffee also has plans to launch the world’s first Biodynamic cold brew coffee concentrate in early 2017. For more information about Deep Valley Coffee, visit

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