Masteroast, the UK’s leading private label coffee roaster, is gearing up to hold the party of a lifetime to celebrate an incredible 30 successful years in business. The company is to stage a ‘Bean Bash’ at Plantation House, its Peterborough HQ, on 30 September to mark the milestone anniversary of its establishment exactly three decades previously on 1 October 1981.
As well as providing an opportunity to toast three decades in the trade, the Bean Bash will see the official opening of Masteroast’s new roastery and the unveiling of its new Neuhaus-Neotec roaster. The company’s major investment in this new plant and the latest hi-tech roasting and packing equipment, is testament to its determination to remain at the cutting edge of the coffee industry for many more years to come.
Les Mills said: “The Bean Bash will be the perfect way to celebrate 30 wonderful years in the coffee industry and is a chance for us to say a big thank you to all the customers, suppliers and staff, who have been an integral part of this achievement. Likewise we intend the 30th to be something of a show-case for what we believe to be one of the most technologically advanced and flexible private label coffee roasteries in the world.”
Guests from all over the world will be at the event on Friday, including
Lord Mawhinney who is officially opening the roastery
The Mayor & Deputy Mayor of Peterborough and their partners
H.E. Anthony Jackson – Jamaican High Commissioner & Laurence Jones – Commercial Attaché
H.E. Mrs Pilar Saborio De Rocafort – Costa Rican Ambassador
Breatriz Chaves – Colombian Trade Advisor
David Veal – Speciality Coffee Association of Europe (SCAE)
Representatives from The Fair Trade Foundation
Lelisa Kelly – Coffee Kids (Our Charity for the day)
Martyn Herriott – British Soil Association (BSA)
Per Bogstad – Rainforest Alliance
We do hope you will be able to attend this exciting event on Friday. Please contact Suzanne Howe Communications for any further information on 01732 875697.
We look forward to meeting you.