Introducing The 100% Compostable "No Waste OneCup"


Starting today, when you visit your local Costco you will see our new certified 100% compostable French Roast 100 Count available for purchase.

We are so excited to release our fully compostable single serve coffee and even more excited to have the initial release with our amazing partner, Costco.


The Lidding - Made from plant-based renewable resources such as paper and wood pulp.

The Ring - Made from plant-based renewable resources such as vegetable oil, plant starches, and trees.

The Mesh Filter - Made from plant-based renewable resources such as vegetable oil, plant starches, and trees.

The Mother Bag - Unlike other brands, we feel that it is important to have all packaging elements either compostable or recyclable. This includes the bag our OneCups are packed in for freshness. Each Mother Bag is made from plant-based renewable resources such as paper and wood pulp.



At this time, ONLY the 100 count box, available only at Costcos Nationwide, is certified 100% compostable.


  1. Nancy 13 February, 2018 at 12:22 Reply

    Are the compostable pods compatible with the Keurig K3000 SE? Our machine stopped recognizing them after the first week of operation

  2. John Sullivan 10 February, 2018 at 14:27 Reply

    Has anyone had any problems with the Lidding separating from the Ring during the brew cycle with a Keurig 2.0? I have had a few and I have nothing but grounds all over my Keurig and in my cup.

  3. Elizabeth Harrop 4 February, 2018 at 00:08 Reply

    We have curb side compost pick up in Portland Oregon. Does that mean they can take these pods and bags or are some facilities unable to process them?

    • Laura Rogers 5 February, 2018 at 13:57 Reply

      Hey Elizabeth, it depends on what kind of curb side compost company you use. We suggest you ask them what they are equipped to take and you can contact Waste Management for your city if you have more questions. I hope I helped. Thank you for your inquiry!

    • Laura Rogers 5 February, 2018 at 13:59 Reply

      Hi Kathleen, this depends on where you are.
      I have a list of facilities by state, if you would like to know the one closest to you, feel free to email me and I can let you know.
      Thank you for your inquiry!

  4. Holly Holst 2 February, 2018 at 13:20 Reply

    Are these still only available at Costco? I just came across this article today and noticed it is from months ago. Can I order the no waste one cup online yet? If not, when?

    • Laura Rogers 5 February, 2018 at 10:38 Reply

      Hi Holly, As of right now, our OneCups sold at Costco are 100% compostable in an industrial composting facility and the OneCups sold elsewhere are 97%. We will let our customers know when that changes. I hope I helped!

  5. Dan 2 February, 2018 at 06:04 Reply

    I am an avid gardening and maintain a compost pile of compostable items from the yard and kitchen. Can I put these pods directly in my compost pile? Thank you.

    • Laura Rogers 2 February, 2018 at 11:33 Reply

      Hey Dan, we are not currently home compost certified but certified in an industrial composting facility. While you can put your pods in your home composting facility, we do not recommend it currently as we are 97% compostable. Thank you for your inquiry!

  6. Donald 30 January, 2018 at 07:52 Reply

    Which kuerig models do these work with? Are these available at Costco in Canadatoo? Are there plans to make this idea work with the Tassimo machine too?

  7. Lory 29 January, 2018 at 17:00 Reply

    Hi, I’m interested in having these purchased for our office. However, our office/building does not have a way to send them to an industrial composting site, so we wouldn’t be able to do that. What happens if these are thrown in the trash? I know it isn’t as good as composting, but it must be better than the dumping the plastic Keurig K-Cups (which we are doing now), right?

    • Laura Rogers 30 January, 2018 at 10:25 Reply

      Hey Lory, our compostable OneCups will take up significantly less space in the landfill but we can only guarantee compostability in an industrial composting facility. However, they are better than putting plastic into the environment. Thanks for your inquiry, I hope I helped!

  8. Jay 20 January, 2018 at 07:53 Reply

    I love this coffee and have bought many boxes of it.
    I recently purchased a Keutung K525c from Costco. Will these work in it???
    Thank and keep up the excellent work!

    • Kaleigh Halderman 22 January, 2018 at 09:30 Reply

      Hey Jay, Thank you for supporting our company. We truly appreciate it. Our OneCups are compatible with most Keurigs including the K525c. Once again, thank you.

  9. Gene Hinds 15 January, 2018 at 12:21 Reply

    Live in Inland Empire, Southern California. Costco Morena Valley and San Bernardino wharehouses do not carry San Francisco Bay coffee bean packages, only pods. We have a K525c. Prefer coffee beans, with insert, over pods. Much fresher, better testing. etc. FYI.

  10. Stavros 9 January, 2018 at 05:18 Reply

    do you only make them for kurig machines or for others ?
    do you have Hazelnut ?
    Do you have retailers in Canada ?

  11. Manit 30 December, 2017 at 11:40 Reply

    I’m not sure how to get to compose the pod.
    The box instruction indicates that we need to locate industrial compose site within the city, and may or may not be available in certain area.

    Can we do the compose the home? And how do we effectively do it?

    Please advise.


    • Kaleigh Halderman 5 January, 2018 at 09:14 Reply

      Right now, we recommend you only compost our pods in industrial composts. We’re working hard on making our pods at-home compost compatible!

  12. Jerry 29 December, 2017 at 10:57 Reply

    Purchased a box (100) at COSTCO and it is the best coffee I’ve tasted. Checked today, and my local COSTCO is ……………….Sold out. Hopefully, Costco will restock, and continue to San Francisco Bay Coffee

    • Kaleigh Halderman 5 January, 2018 at 09:13 Reply

      Thanks Jerry! You can buy our coffee on or our website we now carry 160 count! Free shipping on orders over $27!

    • Kaleigh Halderman 21 December, 2017 at 08:27 Reply

      Hey there, we have more of our roasts available on Costco online. My personal favorites are the Rainforest and Fog Chaser.

  13. BRIAN WARD 13 December, 2017 at 18:59 Reply

    Do you lose flavor because the cups are not completely sealed? Could be open air exposed until one of the packets is used. 10 per bag! Sure does smell good! But, don’t want to lose taste because of open air exposure to the compostable bag.

    • Kaleigh Halderman 18 December, 2017 at 08:21 Reply

      Like all our coffee products, we recommend you store your OneCups in an airtight container once the package is open to preserve the freshness.

  14. John 12 December, 2017 at 19:11 Reply

    Do these work in all kruieg machines? I thought I bought these from Costco about 4 years ago and they didn’t work in our machine. Thank you.

  15. P Huset 10 December, 2017 at 14:31 Reply

    The box says compatible with most K-cup style brewers including the Keurig 2.0. We have the 2.0 K200 plus, given to us for Christmas last year. When using these French Roast cups, the coffee mug is fulll of coffee grounds. Is there a way to avoid this problem? Wondering if we just need to throw the box of 100 out so it does not ruin our machine?

  16. SB 7 December, 2017 at 08:43 Reply

    I just found some Fog Chaser at the office and am very happy with the taste. The pods were inside a compostable bag. I am wondering if that is a signal that the pods are of the compostable variety. The outer box isn’t there so I am not sure.


  17. Vicki 2 December, 2017 at 14:44 Reply

    Where is the nutrition information for these k-cups. Can’t find it anywhere on the box and I need it for my diet.

  18. Bud Baxter 1 December, 2017 at 05:31 Reply

    About a month ago I purchased a box 100 French Roast Pods at Costco. I love the flavor of the coffee! So much so, I purchased two more boxes of 100 pods.

    But I’m having a problem. So far I’ve used about 60 pods and two of them exploded! What seems to happening is the pressure in the pod is getting too high and it blows the lid off the pod. Is this a problem that common or am I the only one having this problem.

    I do hope there’s a cure as I love the coffee

  19. KP 8 November, 2017 at 09:03 Reply

    It IS great coffee! And I’m delighted to find pods that won’t contribute to skyrocketing landfill . However, the directions state that it’s not appropriate for home composting. Why not?

    • Chris Swift 8 November, 2017 at 09:41 Reply

      Hi there, we are actively working getting our home composting certification for our OneCups. There are different requirements for home compared to industrial. So we pursued the industrial route first.

  20. Amalia Mulleneaux 30 October, 2017 at 08:06 Reply

    My first cup of San Francisco Bay French Roast Coffee (bought at Costco) is the best coffee I have ever tasted. I have a Keurig coffee maker and it works great.

    Thanks for the great coffee.

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