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Photo: Wild Cosmetics

Summer Release Radar: Wild, Vizzy, Jot

These brands are launching amidst the economic crisis

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Photo: Kickstarter / Freddy Ward

Wild

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Photo: Molson Coors

Vizzy

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Photo: S&P Global
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Photo: Jot

Jot

We believe that distributing coffee in this form can significantly decrease the waste associated with other consumer and food service coffee-making systems. Some examples of coffee waste scenarios that Jot would help eliminate are:

Wasted grounds: the vast majority of spent coffee grounds from home coffee-making are simply sent to the landfill. By contrast, Jot composts 100% of its spent grounds to create soil amenders for improving local farming.

Wasted beans: roasted coffee and fresh ground coffee have very short shelf-lives…

Wasted brewed coffee: how many pots of coffee are brewed in homes… with the remainder thrown out at the end of a shift or the end of a day? Jot’s unique advantage is that you make only what you need and exactly when you need it…

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