Red Circle Coffee

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Red Circle Coffee was introduced in 1919 by the American supermarket chain A&P as an economy brand with the slogan "For Savings". Originally, it was sold in metal tins and ground to order.

In 1979, A&P licensed its division Compass Foods Inc. to sell Red Circle Coffee to other retailers, including competing supermarket chains.

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