Employees need coffee—plain and simple. There are few people who can start their day without a hot cup of coffee first thing in the morning. To get through the workday, many people drink several cups a day; to overcome that afternoon “slump”; to feel energized for a client meeting or simply to feel more focused and alert. With so much reliance on coffee to fuel the workday, employees need to get their fix—so why not right in their own office? Here are 3 benefits of having quality, flavorful ‘joe’ at your employees’ fingertips.
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Would a free trip for two to a tropical destination of your choosing make you happy? Ah yeah, me too! And having Genuine Joe® Household Paper Towels always within reach will help make your office a happy place too! Because there are few things more important in your breakroom than paper towels. But these rolls are not simply for lunchtime, I mean think how many times you’ve saved your keyboard, papers, or other desktop items with the simple swipe of a paper towel. Coffee down, spill mopped up in seconds. Happy? check! And, perforated edges make for an easy tear, and the two-ply construction means faster pickup and greater liquid capacity.
Now that winter is just around the corner, you and your employees will appreciate a warm beverage after making it all the way to the office through the ice, wind and snow. Miller’s Office Products offers convenient coffee and beverage delivery to offices of all sizes.
- A Coffee bean is not actually a bean - it is the seed in the coffee berry.
- The world’s Second most valuable traded commodity in coffee (Oil is #1).
- The average American adult consumes an average of 26.7 gallons of coffee per year, which amounts to about 400 cups.
- The Most Expensive coffee comes from berries that go through the digestive tract of the Kopi Luwak, a small cat-sized Indonesian animal. The “beans” are then harvested from the animal’s waste, cleaned, roasted and sold for $100 to $600 per pound.
Watch this hilarious scene from “The Bucket List” with Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman.