ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Changes are brewing with Wegmans store-brand canned coffee. At a time when brands are switching from 100% arabica beans to blends that include less expensive robusta beans, the retailer is taking a different approach to control costs. Its coffee suppliers have developed a “high-yield” grinding and roasting process that produces the same number of cups with fewer ground beans. “The system exposes more surface area of the ground bean, so there are more contact points ...

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