MILPITAS, CA – September 18, 2007: OLA’s Exotic Coffee & Tea, Inc., a manufacturer and distributor of premium, organic African Coffee and Exotic Teas, today announced the partnership with McCullagh Coffee of New York to bid for Cornell University Coffee supply bid. (RFP)
OLA’s Exotic Coffee Inc. was invited to participate in bidding for Cornell University coffee bid following a successful NRA show in Chicago in which many representatives from Cornell University, and representatives of other organizations and institutions had a chance to taste the superiority of OLA’s low to non-acidic coffee from selected volcanic, organic and fair-trade farms in Africa.
OLA’s recognizes the need to grow and increase its distribution channel around the world and the entire United States of America. One of OLA’s growth strategies is to bring the best African coffee, with our secret roasting formula to the world and to partner with reputable companies such as McCullagh Coffee of New York in bidding for the Cornell University (RFP). OLA’s will further look at other areas of cooperation with McCullagh Coffee after winning the Cornell bid.
We are proud and excited for the opportunity to partner with McCullagh Coffee of New York.
“OLA’s Exotic Coffee & Tea, Inc. will continue to bring the best kept secret in coffee, the best volcanically, organically and fair-trade coffee and teas from Africa to all the discriminating coffee and tea lovers around the world” said, Ola Hassan, President and CEO.
About OLA’s Exotic Coffee and Tea Inc.
OLA’s Coffee & Tea, Inc. was founded in 1999 by President/CEO, Dr. Ola Robert Hassan. OLA’s main headquarters is located at 1477 N. Milpitas Blvd., Milpitas California. The primary goal of OLA’s is to produce only the highest quality AA and AAA African coffee beans in the world. OLA’s specialty is Fair-Trade organic non-acidic coffee beans from prime coffee growing regions in Africa such as; Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Cameroon and Ethiopia. OLA’s product line includes an assortment of exotic, rare teas from selected regions of the world. OLA’s Humanitarian effort includes giving back 5% of coffee proceeds to Africa to help in the fight against AIDS/HIV.