How To Choose Your Coffee Product To Sell

Are you confused as to what coffee product you should venture into? Start with looking around what coffee delivered to your office and what most of your friends and colleagues like taking. It might just give you an idea of what most people prefer.  It might make you decide to have a variety of products to sell so that you meet a wider base of consumers.


Here are some ideas on how to choose coffee products:

  • Who Are You Going To Sell The Coffee To?: While there are a lot of people who might be interested in purchasing roasted coffee, chocolate, tea, or other items which you are thinking to start selling, the best you can do is to be very specific with having to determine your target market.

Once you get to know who you are going to sell to, you can focus your business on providing for their needs. It is important that you understand that, not everyone is going to be your customer. So you don’t need to waste your time having to appeal to everyone.

To be successful in creating an online coffee business, you need to be very specific on the type you will be dealing with. The more niche your market has, the more likely you are going to be successful in your business. This will also help in creating the web content which will assist in driving traffic to your market base.


Visualize your ideal customer and why you think they will buy your products. Chances are that, if you like a specific product, and you are willing to have it, then other people out there might like the same.

  • Advocacy Selling: When you are selling a particular brand of coffee, a specific advocacy group could be a great way of getting started with your business of coffee online. If for example, you are a lover of pets, then you can as well start selling coffee to people who love cats. You can go ahead and set up a simple pledge which is non-profitable to a rescue team in your area for cats for every bag of coffee that you are going to sell.


People will likely purchase your coffee even at a higher price if their purchasing and money spend is going to go to a good cause. Ensure that your price covers everything including the inventory, website maintenance, packaging, your time and shipping.

  • What Are Your Competitors Online Doing?: You will need to take your time and find out what those who are selling the brand you wish to sell are currently doing online. Knowing your competitors is very important. You need to understand who your competitor is because you have to understand the amount the customers are already paying for the brand.

When it comes to your competition, you will want to find out what makes their customers motivated to buy the products. Are they purchasing the coffee as gifts to others or for own use? Are you going to share a customer base? Know everything and ready yourself.

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