Complimentary Java City Coffee Now Offered Onboard All American Flights

As part of its complimentary onboard beverage service, American Airlines will offer Java City™ coffee to all its customers inflight. The eco-friendly, hand-roasted blend is 100 percent Rainforest Alliance Certified™, grown on sustainably managed farms.

Coffee onboard American will now be served in 10 ounce cups. The new, larger cups are co-branded with the Java City logo and the Rainforest Alliance Certified seal, in addition to the American brand. Java City uses a sustainably grown, Central American blend of 100 percent Arabica Beans. The specialty coffee blend is Rainforest Alliance Certified, a seal awarded to farms, plantations, and cooperatives that meet comprehensive and rigorous standards covering social, labor, and environmental conservation issues.

About Java City

Founded in Sacramento, California in 1985, Java City is a hand-crafted specialty coffee roaster, retailer and wholesaler selling coffee and supporting products under the Java City™, ecoGrounds™ and JCX™ brand names. Java City owns and operates eight retail cafes in California. Strategic partners operate an additional 500 Java City branded cafes and 30 franchise locations in Korea. In total, Java City supports over 2,500 retail and wholesale locations worldwide. Java City hand roasts only responsibly sourced coffee from farms focused on environmental protection, community enhancement and fair worker compensation. For more information visit www.javacity.com or call 1-800-JAVACTY (528-2289).

About Rainforest Alliance

The Rainforest Alliance works with people whose livelihoods depend on the land, helping them transform the way they grow food, harvest wood and host travelers. From large multinational corporations to small, community-based cooperatives, businesses and consumers worldwide are involved in the Rainforest Alliance’s efforts to bring responsibly produced goods and services to a global marketplace where the demand for sustainability is growing steadily. For more information, visit www.rainforest-alliance.org