Coffee maker maker, makers of coffee, gets $5M buyout

Coffee makers are big business in the United States.

Their market value is estimated at $30 billion and the number of coffee shops in the country is estimated to be more than 500,000.

They’re also growing fast.

According to Bloomberg, there were more than 6 million U.S. coffee shops last year.

But with the number on the rise, there’s a push for more coffee makers to be acquired, and some coffee makers are taking advantage of the situation.

One of those is a company called CoffeeMaker, which is focused on making coffee that doesn’t have any artificial sweeteners, but is sweetened with sugar, honey, and caffeine.

That means that you can have a latte with just a teaspoon of sugar in it and a cup of coffee without even having to add any artificial additives.

The company’s product line is also a great way to find out how their coffee is made, and the company is looking for investors. 

On Tuesday, CoffeeMaker filed a new round of funding.

The round comes at a time when the company has been in the news for what some consider to be excessive marketing tactics. 

The company, which was founded by brothers Adam and Adam Leach, says it wants to make coffee that is both accessible and affordable for people who are interested in the same thing: making a delicious cup of joe.

CoffeeMaker says it will be making its first product, called CoffeeCraft, in the coming months. 

“The goal is to launch CoffeeCraft as soon as possible,” Adam Leak said in a press release.

“We have a good team that can help us with that and I hope to be able to share some more details in the near future.”