Press Clippings

The Columbia Valley Pioneer - Santa working overtime

Santa Claus has been busy in the run-up to Christmas, taking time out of his packed toy shopping schedule to pay a visit to Kicking Horse Coffee Company on Sunday, December 16th. There, Mr. Claus enjoyed hot chocolate and a photo call with youngsters.
Pictured: Carver Kuster, 3, from Invermere gets a photo with Santa.


The Valley Echo - Big future ahead for Kicking Horse Coffee

With a new equity partner, local coffee company is poised for even more greatness
By Steve Jessel

Kicking Horse Coffee, one of the most recognizable companies in the Columbia Valley, has teamed up with a major investor and CEO Elena Rosenfeld can see the move as having a highly positive impact on the Columbia Valley as a whole.


The Columbia Valley Pioneer - Kicking Horse Coffee geared to grow

By Greg Amos
Pioneer Staff

From humble beginnings to its current status as the top organic fair trade coffee company in Canada, Invermere’s Kicking Horse Coffee has built a brand around quality and consistent character over the last 16 years. And despite making a multi-million dollar private equity deal with a U.S. partner in August, opening doors to new markets and products, the company has no plans to bolt from the place it calls home.


Calgary Herald - Ethical coffee company perking right along

Firm's beans now among top brands
By Jenny Lee - Postmedia News Vancouver

When Elana Rosenfeld of Invermere sold a chunk of her ethical coffee company this September, she signed one of the biggest private equity deals in B.C. this year.


The Vancouver Sun - Kicking Horse Coffee makes sweet deal

Company rises from humble beginnings to make one of the biggest private equity deals in B.C.
By Jenny Lee, Vancouver Sun

When Elana Rosenfeld of tiny Invermere sold a chunk of her ethical coffee company this September, she signed one of the biggest private equity deals in B.C. this year.


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