Ally Coffee Launches New Online Platform

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Introducing Ally Open, a platform created by green coffee company Ally Coffee where users can experience curated green coffee boxes and online courses, from sensory evaluation to roasting. 

“We want to introduce this platform to coffee professionals throughout the industry, but especially to roasters starting out in their careers or are building up their own business, seeking to find resources, tools, and green coffee,” says Ricardo Pereira, Ally Coffee COO. “Staying true to our purpose, we want to continue opening up opportunities that move coffee forward and sharing the partnerships we’ve built with producers to a new set of roasters.”

The curated boxes come in 25- and 50-lb sizes and are available in three categories: Reserve Lots, ideal for competition and showcases; Microlots, limited edition coffees; and Core Coffees, from consistently featured regional community lots. All range in price. 

Find more resources at allyopen.com/blogs/get-inspired.

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