For those of you who don't know us very well, here's a little low-down on all things Grind. ☕
Where it all began.
Grind was founded in 2011 when David Abrahamovitch took over his father’s Shoreditch mobile phone shop and decided to turn it into a café-bar. In the decade since, Grind has grown to become a cult east London coffee brand, comprising eleven locations, including espresso bars, cocktail bars, restaurants, an international-grade recording studio, and a state-of-the-art coffee roastery.
Still based in Shoreditch, we now employ over two-hundred people and the majority of our investors over the years have been our Grind regulars and friends across the world.
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Grind at Home.
Grind at Home lets you bring Grind coffee home - all the way from their state-of-the-art London coffee roastery. Sourced from across the world at better-than-Fairtrade prices, the whole range is certified organic by the Soil Association - which means no pesticides, chemicals or solvents, and the range, and all it’s packaging is entirely compostable.
The latest addition to the collection are the compostable Nespresso® pods, named by Which?™ magazine as a ‘Best Buy’ product, having been the UK’s very first completely compostable coffee pods. Grind’s Nespresso® compatible coffee pods are made entirely from bio-plastic and when composted, they'll break down in weeks. The prices for the Nespresso® pods start from £10 for 20 pods.
Grind serves around two million cups of coffee each year, and a cup of our coffee is now enjoyed at home every five seconds.
Grind at Home can be found in Selfridges, Ocado and Holland & Barrett and we are also the exclusive global coffee partner for all Soho House members clubs and hotels internationally.
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Invisible Chips are a simple way for you to help the people in hospitality whose livelihoods are disappearing. We've added them to our menus and checkout online to enable our customers and guests to give back and help the hospitality industry through the lockdown.