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Tetley refashions its coffee lines: Bustelo and Medaglia d'Oro move to capture share of gourmet coffee market By Gerry Khermouc

NEW YORK Both the Cuban and the Italian wings of the Tetley coffee family are looking

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Miami-based Bustelo, launched in New York in 1928 by a young Cuban emigre, has spent $18 million upgrading its roasting capabilities and is ready to launch a Specialty Coffee Division that will seek to serve the growing numbers of coffee carts and cares. The unit also is looking at franchising and direct-marl opportunities.
Meanwhile, the Italian espresso line Medaglia D’Oro, based at Tetley’s Shelton, Conn.,

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