I have spent over seventeen years providing research and support to utilize agricultural coproducts with auri. javacycle is a true example of maintaining a focus of adding value to a variety of coproducts through new product development; thus reducing waste streams in improving sustainability of processes.
samantha veide, sustainability expert
I have been a passionate member of the coffee industry my entire career and believe the industry can lead the charge in sustainability--from seed to cup. this means more sustainable sourcing, more sustainable production and more creative and sustainable solutions to waste. i am excited about the work at javacycle as they help people reimagine the concept of waste. what if all waste was simply a valuable new raw material? imagine the possibilities!
bobby jensen, tv personality
what intrigued me about the javacycle concept was taking an innocuous byproduct and turning it into a remarkable product. an organic fertilizer that has no offensive smell and works amazing.
jill thiel, lead gardener and food grower for thiel gardens and the urban farm hands.
i like javacycle because i support sustainable resources and grow organically.
erin Anderson, Food Marketer
Javacycle's mission to support all areas of sustainability in every one of their products is what drew me in to supporting their business and helping it grow.
bill anstedt, coffee professional
I love what Java Cycle has set out to do, which is reduce the waste generated by one of the worlds most enjoyed beverages. From their beginnings making tote bags out of burlap to their newest venture creating fertilizer out of coffee chaff. Java Cycle sets out to be a world leader in closing gaps in the coffee - world's sustainability issues.
Steve Risan, Owner of Terra Gardens, Lakeville, MN
Coffee waste that works. JavaCycle is passionate about turning coffee roasting waste into meaningful consumer products.