Some popular brands of coffee include Folgers, Maxwell House and Dunkin' Donuts. All three companies sold over $300 million worth of coffee in 2013, with Folgers breaking the $1 billion mark.
Folgers sells both traditional ground and instant coffees, as well as K-cups and other single serve products. Iced coffees and coffee enhancers, such as creamer, are also part of the company's product line. Folgers was established in 1850 in San Francisco. National distribution of the company's products began in 1963, and since then, it has become the top coffee producer in the U.S.
Maxwell House sells ground coffee, instant coffee, pods, concentrates and specialty coffees. The company was established in 1863, and the slogan is "Good to the Last Drop." Maxwell House is part of the Kraft family of products, which is a large company that owns multiple brand names, including Cool Whip, Jell-O and Velveeta.
Dunkin' Donuts is a restaurant chain, but the company's ground coffee and K-cup packs can be purchased in grocery stores, as well as in many Dunkin' Donuts restaurants. The company sells hot and iced coffees in its restaurants, and it also sells tea for home brewing. Dunkin' Donuts has a significant international presence, with stores in 30 countries throughout the world.