Our Commitment to Sustainably Sourced Coffee & Community

At Millcreek Coffee Roasters, we source our coffee with a focus on both quality and sustainability. We create Direct-Trade Partnerships with many coffee producers that use sustainable coffee growing standards. These producers are concerned with soil prevention, clean water practices, and maintaining a quality standard of living for their workers. The relationships we form with these producers are key to Millcreek Coffee’s success.

The best coffees come from producers who invest time and thought into their farming practices. They understand that long-term success depends on providing high-quality coffee. Choosing sustainable economic, environmental and social standards is in everyone’s best interest.

By paying a premium price for quality, and sourcing from small farms and co-ops that focus on sustainability, market forces lead to the best situation for growers, roasters and coffee lovers – and most importantly, we feel that this dedication to quality should be obvious when you have Millcreek Coffee in your cup.

At our Shop

We have committed to helping Utah’s air quality. As a Visionary Member of the Rocky Mountain Power’s Blue Sky Program, Millcreek Coffee Roasters purchases the majority of our total energy usage in wind power.

Eco Friendly

We have installed an afterburner, which is a mechanism that is attached to the coffee roasting equipment and is designed to heat up, so the fumes emitted by coffee roasting are eliminated. We have also installed LED lights in our wholesale facility. At our coffee shop, you’ll find eco-friendly cups for our hot and cold beverages.

Our Community

Millcreek Coffee Roasters is a local family-owned and operated company, and we believe in being an active member of the community. We love supporting local non-profits and donate coffee and product to many organizations around Utah.   We strive to use local products as often as possible from pastries and sandwiches to locally produced hormone free milk. 

Supporting Local

We support our local farmers and gardens by donating our burlap sacks, coffee grounds, and chaff. Roasting coffee produces a bi-product called chaff — the husks of the bean that is separated when roasted — which are used to oxygenate the soil. The burlap sacks, which holds our green coffee, are used for starts for new plants. Coffee grounds are used for composting and fertilizer. This also helps us reduce waste into landfills.

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