Baratza Company

We’re Hiring: Tech Savvy Sales and Operations Support Coordinator

Posted by Xavi Guerrero on March 9, 2018 in Innovation Baratza Company

    Sales and Operations Coordinator Baratza, the leading designer and manufacturer of innovative, precision burr coffee grinders for the home, is looking to hire a tech savvy Sales & Operations Coordinator based in Bellevue, Washington. This role will work collaboratively with our Baratza Business Manager and our IT Team to ensure that day-to-day sales,

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Reflecting on the Sette Series

Posted by Alexander Choppin on January 15, 2018 in Blog Grinders Innovation Baratza Company SetteSeries

In the fall of 2016, we released the much-anticipated Sette 270 and 270W: the two flagship grinders of Baratza’s new design aesthetic. This series introduced a revolutionary design to home espresso grinders, and enabled incredible functionality for home users. The path we threaded through design, testing, and release taught us a great deal about building

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We Are Hiring!

Posted by Xavi Guerrero on December 1, 2017 in Blog Baratza Company No Comments

We are looking to fill two positions at our HQ in Bellevue, Washington. Want to join our family? Maybe there’s a spot for you! Read more below. Baratza is the leading designer and manufacturer of innovative, precision burr coffee grinders for the home. Baratza Service Technician Bellevue, Washington The Baratza repair, refurb and service center is

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Organizational Announcement: Investing in Growth

Posted by Joyce on November 20, 2017 in Blog Grinders Customers Baratza Company No Comments

2017 has been a whirlwind year for us. We’re making great strides towards being the trusted leader for innovative, quality, and value driven coffee grinders for the Specialty Coffee market. As our sales have grown so too has the demand on our resources, across the board at Baratza – Sales, Marketing, International Operations, Support, Services

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Back to School + Craft Coffee = doing good for Malawi

Posted by Joyce on September 14, 2017 in Blog Education Community Support Baratza Company No Comments

It’s not often that you think about Middle School and great coffee together, right? But that’s definitely what happening at Piedmont Middle School in Charlotte NC. A student team here have a coffee shop, to provide Admin and Faculty with delicious coffee. All this with the goal of raising funds to provide equitable education opportunities for students

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Sette Finally Arrives on Kitchen Counters in North America!

Posted by Joyce on November 18, 2016 in Blog Grinders Support Customers Innovation Baratza Company Grind by Weight No Comments

It happened, in case you didn’t hear… Our certifications have been received and we are in full Sette production mode at our manufacturing facility in Taiwan. By next week, we’ll have shipped out 2,200 Sette 270 and 270W grinders in the US and Canada! It’s been wild at our operations HQ doing the shipping, with

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Alex Choppin joins Baratza!

Posted by Joyce on September 6, 2016 in Blog Support Baratza Company No Comments

We’re delighted to welcome Alex Choppin to our team as a Support Specialist. We all wear many hats at Baratza, but for the most part Alex handles support calls and emails, plus order processing. Alex brings a wealth of coffee knowledge and skills to the Support team.  He has 10 years in the Specialty Coffee industry

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Sette – Delay in Shipping – US & Canada

Posted by Joyce on July 14, 2016 in Blog Grinders Customers Innovation Baratza Company No Comments

We have important information to share about the availability of the Sette 270 and 270W grinders! Designing grinders can be huge fun, especially when you get the wonderful support and feedback we’ve had for the Sette Series. However, as anyone who has ever brought anything to market knows, dealing with manufacturing requires certifications, approvals, production,

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STOP! Don’t Dump It – Fix It!

Posted by Baratza Support on September 22, 2014 in Blog Grinders Customers Innovation Baratza Company Video

Most small, consumer appliances are designed to wear out, or stop being useful in a very short time. These appliances are difficult and expensive to repair, so consumers are trained to dump and replace. This is often called planned obsolescence, and it not only wastes consumer’s money it also uses up valuable resources, chokes our landfills, and has big environmental implications.

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