Rojo's Roastery Looking For Baristas & Managers

Started by J. David Waldman in Barista Exchanges & Travel yesterday. 0 Replies

Rojo's Roastery is an award winning artisanal roastery and owner-operator of three beautiful world class cafes (Lambertville, Princeton, Hopewell, NJ). We are looking for baristas and managers to work at our locations. We have state-of-the-art equipment at all locations and an equipped lab to play in. We are accepting applications for traveling baristas who are interested in working with us for a period of week or months. Travel expenses will be considered commensurate with commitment. If you…Continue

what type of hood do I need for roasters?

Started by mk in Coffee & Roasting. Last reply by Mike McGinness on Tuesday. 1 Reply

in commercial space, what type of hood do I need to have a roaster in the space? I've read type 1 is needed for grease and smoke removal. type 2 is needed for steam, heat or odor removal. wondering whether it belongs to a smoke removal or heat/odor removal??thank you.Continue

What legal structure did you choose and why?

Started by Taylor Renshaw in Retail Coffee Business. Last reply by Mike McGinness on Tuesday. 5 Replies

Hey all,My name is Taylor and I'm from Michigan! Now that's out of the way...As my title says: What legal structure did you choose and why? Since I am working on my business plan currently, I wanted opinions from preferably, shop owners who have experience with the legal side of business.Honestly, I am concerned about not only taxes, but personal liability when it comes to Sole Proprietorship, and I do not want a partnership unless my Husband is considered! Haha.On the other hand, I have heard…Continue

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El Salvador Strictly High Altitude Gourmet Coffee available for sample

Started by Matt Abraham in Origin, Growing and Green. Last reply by Amy Russo on Sunday. 1 Reply

Hi Everyone,I'm a new member who just joined and need some help.  I married a woman from El Salvador who's father owns a large coffee finca high in the mountains of El Salvador.  The coffee is strictly high altitude, gourmet, shade grown and patio dried.  He has been selling to local roasters and is interested in exporting next years crop and I said I would help him.  I'm completely new to this though and have contacted green bean importers in the US but have not received any emails back so I'm…Continue

Tags: Strictly, High, Altitude, Gourmet, Export

Roast profile logging

Started by lottie poulton in Coffee & Roasting Oct 21. 0 Replies

Does anyone have any advice about free roast profiling software? I see there is Roast Logger and Artisan logger but I know nothing about either of them. Wondering if anyone has used them and can give me some feedback about themContinue

Thailand based specialty coffee job opportunity

Started by Dale Lee in Baristas Looking for Work Oct 20. 0 Replies

Have barista, cupping, green coffee and/or roasting experience? Looking for an opportunity to expand your coffee career internationally? Thailand is a small coffee growing country and is still in its infancy of specialty coffee market development. I'm actively recruiting for a "Product Development Associate, Coffee" for CoffeeWORKS Limited in Thailand. We started in 1995, co-founded by myself and another US National from the midwest. Today we are one of the leading specialty coffee and…Continue

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Rojo's Roastery Looking For Baristas & Managers

Rojo's Roastery is an award winning artisanal roastery and owner-operator of three beautiful world class cafes (Lambertville, Princeton, Hopewell, NJ). We are looking for baristas and managers to work at our locations. We have state-of-the-art equipment at all locations and an equipped lab to play in. We are accepting applications for traveling baristas who are interested in working with us for a period of week or months. Travel expenses will be considered commensurate with commitment. If you…See More
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Mike McGinness replied to mk's discussion what type of hood do I need for roasters?
"They don't. Roasters are vented much like a wood stove."
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Mike McGinness replied to Taylor Renshaw's discussion What legal structure did you choose and why?
"LLC. Easy to form online less than $100 (my State anyway). About same liability protection as S Corp. My biz insurance $2Mil liability. As far as being personally liable goes (leases, utils, vendors etc.) if you aren't willing to put your butt…"
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Paul Swanson replied to Taylor Renshaw's discussion What legal structure did you choose and why?
"Your risk will always be about the same and at the single store level your taxes are going to be the same. Small business that the government always talks about tax breaks for are companies that have revenue of over a million dollars. I…"
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Paul Swanson replied to Taylor Renshaw's discussion What legal structure did you choose and why?
"S Corps have pass through taxation - that is, any profit/loss is reflected on your personal tax return. If you have a loss, which is likely your first few years in business, it will reduce your taxable income. You said you were married so if you…"
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what type of hood do I need for roasters?

in commercial space, what type of hood do I need to have a roaster in the space? I've read type 1 is needed for grease and smoke removal. type 2 is needed for steam, heat or odor removal. wondering whether it belongs to a smoke removal or heat/odor removal??thank you.See More
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Taylor Renshaw replied to Taylor Renshaw's discussion What legal structure did you choose and why?
"Thanks Paul. I should look into S Corporation then to get started. I am just worried about liability still. I have worked in many places in the food industry, and I know one little slip up from either myself or my employees could cost a lot in the…"
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Amy Russo replied to Matt Abraham's discussion El Salvador Strictly High Altitude Gourmet Coffee available for sample
"Hi, your post interested me very much, I work at a micro roaster on Long Island in New York. We get beans from all over the world and we have had coffee from El Salvador before and it was very popular. I am going to speak to my owner and maybe we…"
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