KoRo | Updates

By Constantinos Calios

Toward long-term success with the right product selection


Dear Companists,

We are back with a new update. We would like to take this opportunity once again to welcome the Companists who have joined us and to thank them for their trust and investment.

Our strategic purchaser, Nicole Schwichtenberg, will report on our product sourcing activities in this update. As already explained in the last updates, strategic purchasing is a key activity with which we guarantee the growth of the company for the coming fiscal years.

We have added the following products to our product range. We would also like to give you some information on the basis of which we added the product to our list. 


1. Yirgacheffe coffee whole bean and ground

Why this product: Speciality coffee, very fruity and flowery flavor

Competitive advantage: Our prices are clearly below those of our competitors. Moreover, this coffee has become the absolute taste winner in our cupping.


2. Bourbon vanilla beans 10 pc.

Why this product: Currently, it is very difficult to get a hold of the original Bourbon vanilla beans from Madagascar, as the big companies are converting from synthetically produced vanilla to the original and buying up the market. Many of our customers also wanted this product. 

Competitive advantage: It is said that the longer a vanilla bean is, the more aromatic it is. Our beans are much longer compared to the beans in retail (average retail size: 13cm | our beans: 17+cm).


3. Desodorized coconut oil

Why this product: One deliberately foregoes only taste with desodorized coconut oil, but all important MCT fats are retained and the smoke point simultaneously increases.

Competitive advantage: Our prices are currently about the same as those of our competitors, but the taste is removed by a very gentle steam process.


4. Pecan nut mousse

Why this product: We want to be the number 1 contact point for mousses and specialty mousses, so we cannot neglect pecan nut mousse.

Competitive advantage: One is usually more likely to obtain American pecan nuts on the market; however, we find that they are not nearly as tasty as South African pecan nuts, which is why we use only the sweet pecan nuts for our mousse.


5. Macademia nut mousse

Why this product: The Queen of Nuts deserves to be made into a mousse.

Competitive advantage: Currently, most mousses have a macadamia content of about 50%. Ours consists 100% of macadamia nuts without any frills.


6. Organic instant coffee from Tanzania

Why this product: We discovered this product from Tanzania while traveling and cannot and do not want to withhold it from our customers. A high-quality instant coffee produced at the source. Specialty coffee for every outdoor adventure. 

Competitive advantage: This production method is still very uncommon and the coffee is hard to get. However, our prices are a little below those of our competitors.


Best greetings,

Nicole and Kosta


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