4 Ways To Store Your OneCup Coffee


With so many options to store our OneCup single serve coffees, we decided to do a little investigating on a few different ways our folks store their OneCups.

1) Glass Container Perfect For A 12-Count OneCup Bag

Originally purchased as a table display for a bridal shower, this little airtight glass container became the perfect vessel for preserving a 12-count bag of OneCups. You can grab this type of container at any Micheal’s store.



2) Small Plastic Containers For Each Variety

For the thrifty OneCup drinkers, you can pick up a set of these stackable plastic reusable containers. Perfect for separating if you enjoy a variety of coffees.

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3) Show A Little Flair With A Glass Container And A Colored Top

Another glass container, but this one has a little more girth. Likely, this container was designed for rice or pasta. The clever owner of this container did a little bit of upcycling, and converted it into the perfect fresh-keeper of OneCup coffee. Adding a little bit of flare with the color and “chalkboard” tape makes this the kind of coffee holder you can be proud to display.



4) How We Store Coffee In The Office

Here at Rogers Family Company, we have chosen to diversify our coffee bar offerings. Running the gamut from Fog Chaser, Breakfast Blend and Donut Shop, to Redelicious Hibiscus and Iced Tea, all of our OneCup single serve beverages are proudly displayed in the super cool OXO Pop Container. Airtight and fashion decor forward, the POP containers come in all sizes.



However way you chose to store your OneCups, you can’t go wrong as long as you follow these simple rules:

  1. Air Tight
  2. Not Frozen or refrigerated
  3. Dry



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  1. Cyndy Sales says:

    Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee

  2. greg s says:

    Don’t I need to be concerned about the effects of light on my coffee?
    Wouldn’t a solid ceramic container would be a better choice?

  3. Monica Hillyard says:

    We own a business and wanted to place your product in our visitor lobby. what we have set up now is a K-cup holder that rotates and can hold various flavors. our concern with the one cup product is the freshness while sitting out. will this product not stay fresh unless it is in a container?

    • Chris Swift says:

      Hi Monica, to maintain freshness you will need to place the pods in an airtight container. If you leave the coffee exposed to the air they will lose flavor quickly. Thanks for you question.

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