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Westrock Coffee To Showcase Beverage Solutions At NACS Expo

Little Rock, Arkansas-based Westrock Coffee Company will exhibit end-to-end beverage solutions at the National Association of Convenience Stores show, held Oct. 2-4 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

“Westrock Coffee is proud to once again attend the NACS show and see many existing customers and cultivate new partnerships with c-stores and travel centers brands from around the world,” said Kyle Newkirk, EVP of sales.

“Our coffee, tea, beverage concentrates and ready-to-drink solutions are designed to drive higher traffic and margins across dispensed beverages and the cold vault. We look forward to introducing our newest lineup of consumer insights driven products that tap into consumer trends and solve labor issues at the unit level.”

Featured beverage solutions that will be demonstrated at NACS include:

  • LTO coffee solutions featuring flavored and original blends;
  • Frozen and cold coffees showcasing easy turn-key solutions;
  • Custom expresso-based beverages;
  • Cold and frozen teas and lemonades; and
  • Ready-to-drink beverages.

To learn more, attendees can visit Westrock Coffee’s exhibitor booth No. 4625 in the central hall.

Westrock Coffee supplies the largest and most recognizable names with coffee, tea and extract-based beverages, including 13 of the top 25 convenience stores in the U.S. The company provides more than 20 million cups of coffee and is the largest custom/private label coffee and tea provider to convenience stores in the U.S. by volume, and the second largest coffee extract provider in ready-to-drink coffee.

Westrock Coffee responsibly sources 100 percent of its coffee and tea products by 2025 – a goal that impacts more than 1.5 million smallholder farmers in 35 countries worldwide. The company’s hands-on approach to working with its farmer partners has improved social, economic and environmental standards, and leads the industry with digital traceability.

For more information, visit WestrockCoffee.com.

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