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A THICKER chewier (not mushy) custom milled whole rolled oats in innovative fun flavors.

Everyone at Orinoco is in love with this new product line!

Tina, our office manager, likes the funny name (pronounced “UMP -­‐ KWAH”). The larger, thicker oats are what our sales team likes best, and Kat, in marketing, loves the creative ingredients. You are gonna love how it tastes!

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Umpqua Oats Flavors

• Kick Start (Almonds, Cranberries, Blueberries)
• Jackpot (Blackberries, Raspberries, Strawberries)
• Carrot Cake (Cream cheese frosting bits, walnuts, raisin, and carrots!)
• Mostly Sunny (Apples, Cranberries, Cinnamon)
• Not Guilty (Blueberries, Apples, Flax, Chia and no added salt or sugar)
• Old School (Apples, Pumpkin Seeds, Cranberries, Walnuts, Almonds)
• RU Nuts? (Walnuts, Sunflower Seeds, Almonds, Flax)
• Salted Caramel Meltdown (Caramel, Pecans, Sea Salt)
• Variety Pak (Includes 4 Kick Start, 4 Mostly Sunny, 4 Jackpot)

It’s no secret: U.S. consumers love their cup of coffee. In fact, it’s been estimated that approximately 295.7 million cups of coffee are consumed every day in the United States. But buyer beware: The price of your favorite Cup of Joe will soon increase. Or maybe it already has. That’s because some of the largest coffee producing regions in the world are facing environmental factors the coffee commodity market simply cannot bear without reaction. We’ve been reporting for months about the drought in Brazil that has caused an unprecedented price surge in coffee, and at least one news agency suggests that

Unfortunately the rise and fall of coffee prices is still making headlines. Yesterday the online news site 24/7 Wall St. again reminds us that an unprecedented drought in Brazil has threatened the coffee crop, sending futures prices to more than two-year highs. The drought and coffee price surge has been in the news for months. About the issue, Pedro Ramirez, CEO, Orinoco Coffee & Tea said in February, “This is troubling news for the industry. I think one of the most difficult things to explain to our customers when they hear that coffee prices are on the rise is that the price of coffee we

To all the wonderful coffee shop and retail establishments we serve! Please note: Our offices will be closed on MONDAY, May 26 in observance of Memorial Day. We will not be delivering or making order courtesy calls that day. 2014 Memorial Day (Monday, May 26) order placement and courtesy call schedule: If you usually place your order on Mondays (i.e. 26th), your courtesy call will come on Friday, May 23rd. Orders can always be emailed to orders@ofmonline.net or faxed to 410-312-5296. Since our offices are closed on Memorial Day (May 26th), please PLAN AHEAD when ordering on May 14th for your May 19th delivery. If

The Washington Post recently called Route 11 Potato Chips "a cult favorite in a fiercely competitive market." All we know is these kettle chips are GOOD - real good. We're hooked on the taste, and you will be too. "Our focus, from day one, was to make a potato chip that's just better than the rest," says Sarah Cohen, owner, Route 11 Potato Chips in the Post article. "We're making the same exact potato chip that we started with 20 years ago." It's Route 11's packaging and flavors that set this small company apart. Route 11 Potato Chips Flavors Barbeque Chesapeake Crab Dill Pickle (an NBC Today

When the days are long and hot, iced tea is the perfect refreshment. We carry a variety of teas in a wide selection of packaging options. From bottles to tins to tea bags, we've got the perfect refresher for you in an assortment of flavors. Now is a great time to stock up on your favorite iced teas!

Orinoco Coffee & Tea’s coffee roots began in 1909 when our great grandfather Leonardo Alarcon first started collecting and sorting coffee beans for a local coffee exporter in southwest Venezuela. Like the Orinoco River that flows through our homeland of Venezuela, our family has traveled many miles west, then north and finally east, settling near the seaboard of the Atlantic Ocean. While we currently call Columbia, Maryland home, we still have many family members and friends in beautiful Venezuela -- a country rich in coffee, but also economic and political turmoil, as this International Spotlight: Venezuela post by Specialty Coffee Retailer describes so well. "My

Bloomberg BusinessWeek reports today that Arabica-coffee futures capped the biggest rally in six weeks as dry conditions dim prospects for output in Brazil, the world’s top producer and exporter. Says one analyst, “If the worst-case scenario materializes, we could have a severe global-supply deficit in 2014-2015, and that could send prices to $3.” Read entire post here.      

Smoothies can be a great way to nourish your body with essential vitamins and nutrients. We've got a GREAT crushed carrot and orange medley product that is amazing. Maybe you prefer tea? There's nothing like a tall, cool glass of iced tea to refresh the mind, body, and spirit. Listed below are two great options from Harney & Sons we think you will love. Visit our retail shop and give one of these refreshing options a try today!     Dr. Smoothie 100% Crushed Carrot Orange Vegetable Medley Smoothie Who knew getting your daily supply of veggies could be this good? Dr. Smoothie artisans

While many large coffee sellers like Starbucks have a year or more supply of coffee beans stockpiled away, there is concern consumers will soon see a price hike for their favorite morning ritual because of the current drought situation in Brazil. But will that stop them from buying? According to Bloomberg, probably not. Seems U.S. coffee drinkers are "very ritualistic." Says Paul Christopher, the St. Louis-based chief international strategist at Wells Fargo Advisors, “There’s very low price-elasticity-of-demand for coffee. Would people who like coffee regularly substitute tea, or soda, if prices rise? The answer is ‘No.’” One coffee lover equates grabbing a Cup of Joe

Coffee prices have surged over the last several weeks because of drought conditions in Brazil. If you like a good scare, take a look at today's investment.com coffee commodity report to see just how dramatic the price of this commodity has changed over the last several weeks. (Not recommended for the faint of heart.) Says Orinoco Coffee & Tea CEO, Pedro Ramirez in a recent post, “This is troubling news for the industry. I think one of the most difficult things to explain to our customers when they hear that coffee prices are on the rise is that the price of coffee we pay today is

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