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Frank P. Atha

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Folgers

HQ Phone:  (330) 682-3000

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Folgers

1 Strawberry Lane

Orrville, Ohio,44667

United States

Company Description

Folgers offers a number of single-cup brewing options. You can try FolgersK-Cup® Pods, which are specifically designed for use with the Keurig® Brewer. Folgers Filter Packs® coffee brews a single cup of coffee for use in a standard coffeemaker. Finally, we als...more

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Folgers Coffee History - Folgers Coffee

www.FOLGERSCOFFEE.COM [cached]

In the 1900s, Folgers & Co. experienced substantial growth, attributable primarily to an energetic salesman named Frank P. Atha.
Atha was assigned to sell coffee in the North Beach area of California, where many small grocery stores served the cosmopolitan population. In 1901, after a year on the job, Atha decided his territory was not large enough for his ambitions. He proposed to James Folger, II, that he open and manage a Folgers Coffee plant in Texas. Atha's business grew exponentially, and by year two, he was able to hire two more salesmen and rent office space.


Folgers.ca - History of Folgers®

www.folgers.ca [cached]

In the 1900's, Folgers & Co. experienced substantial growth, attributable primarily to an energetic salesman named Frank P. Atha.
Atha was assigned to sell coffee in the North Beach area of California, where many small grocery stores served the cosmopolitan population. In 1901, after a year on the job, Atha decided his territory was not large enough for his ambitions. He proposed to James Folger, II, that he open and manage a Folgers coffee plant in Texas. Atha's business grew exponentially, and by year two, he was able to hire two more salesmen and rent office space. In 1908, Atha recommended building a new roasting plant in Kansas City, which remains operational to this day.


Folgers Coffee - Folgers History

www.homecafe.com [cached]

In the 1900s, Folgers & Co. experienced substantial growth, attributable primarily to an energetic salesman named Frank P. Atha.
Atha was assigned to sell coffee in the North Beach area of California, where many small grocery stores served the cosmopolitan population. In 1901, after a year on the job, Atha decided his territory was not large enough for his ambitions. He proposed to James Folger, II, that he open and manage a Folgers coffee plant in Texas. Atha's business grew exponentially, and by year two, he was able to hire two more salesmen and rent office space. In 1908, Atha recommended building a new roasting plant in Kansas City, which remains operational to this day.


History of Folgers — Folgers

www.homecafe.com [cached]

In the 1900s, Folgers & Co. experienced substantial growth, attributable primarily to an energetic salesman named Frank P. Atha.
Atha was assigned to sell coffee in the North Beach area of California, where many small grocery stores served the cosmopolitan population. In 1901, after a year on the job, Atha decided that his territory was not large enough for his ambitions. He proposed to James Folger, II, that he open and manage a Folgers coffee plant in Texas. Atha's business grew exponentially, and by year two, he was able to hire two more salesmen and rent office space. In 1908, Atha recommended building a new roasting plant in Kansas City, which remains operational to this day.


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