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Gevalia (US: jə-VAH-lee-ə, UK: gə-, Swedish: [jɛˈvɑ̌ːlɪa]) is the largest coffee roastery in Scandinavia. In North America, the company sells coffee directly to consumers via home delivery and through big box stores such as Wal-Mart. Gevalia discontinued sales of tea in 2015. Customers order from a customer service center and a website that was relaunched in August 2009. In North America, Gevalia is a wholly owned subsidiary of Kraft Heinz based in Chicago, Illinois. Gevalia produces more than 40 different varieties of coffee and tea.

Navem shared her experience, "Mediocre and over priced. It's hard to find a decent and affordable coffee at the super markets. I've tried a few of the Gevalia coffees. None stand out to me as being great."

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Monina says

"My fave is espresso roast. Continue buying this because of aroma and taste. Was able to avail the free coffee maker before, that was the best offer ever for a coffee lover like me."

Account Representative (Former Employee) says

"Disgusting racist management and no living wage. Policy’s constantly changed, clients never stay. Management says one thing and does another. Would never ever go back."

Jayadi Sudiati says

"Very very nice koffee if you do understand the difference out there for whatever reasons. I do hope it will not really make it somewhat possible. I hope you can get that much. How else it could really be done ? I want it better. We do hope it."

Account Representative II (Former Employee) says

"I only lasted months at this position, but I feel lucky to have gotten out in one piece because this is a job that will choke the life right out of you. Paradoxically, you are extremely micromanaged (as other reviews have mentioned, you do have to ask for permission to do anything), but there was also an air of apathy among leadership. Case in point - I regularly skipped breaks, and no one in management paid attention to it. I also had a multitude of health problems (some stemming from how stressed out I was working here), and again, I felt like not only did most people not care, but I felt like I attracted a lot of unwanted gossip because of them (another problem with this place). Ultimately, I just did not feel valued at all.Most co-workers are helpfulScheduling, gossip, workplace culture, few healthy vending choices, management, pay"

Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) says

"Run as fast as you can the human resource dept cannot properly perform their dutiesbecause they do not have the equipment the people in India who owns the company do not care about there employees in order to get paid you have to call dept of labor most times because they cannot find your money THIS JOB SUCKS RUN AND DON'T LOOK BACK"

Senior Team Member (Former Employee) says

"Horrible place to work managers were bullies and encouraged intimidation in the workplace. They only promoted white people or people who kissed up and were not qualified."

LPN (Former Employee) says

"The only thing good about this job is you can work remote. Everything else is a bunch of women being messy. Like high school, management is the mean girls and everyone else doesn’t matter. They act like they care but they don’t. They top leadership is racist. The pay sucks. They want you to do so much, but don’t give anything back."

Account rep III (Former Employee) says

"No pay, no benefits, no advancement, no job security, no morals, no leadership, no maturity, no class, no right to be in the customer service field. Whether you're a client or employee, run!!"

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