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Our Story on The Ranch Podcast
Jarad Webb is the Owner & CEO of Zero Dark Thirty Coffee Co. He is also a disabled vet and retired law enforcement agent. He and his partner founded their budding coffee empire to help not only give meaningful structure to their lives, but also as a way to support the veteran and first responder communities deal with and work through the accumulated stress of the job. All of that, and the coffee is also REALLY good.
A podcast focused on the lives and happenings of those in Dry Creek Ranch, Eagle, and the greater Boise area. Hosted by Matt Todd and produced by MTU Studio. For questions, comments, or guest ideas/requests, or to inquire about content creation and collaboration, please email Matt at Matt@MattToddUniversity.com.
Our Story on StartUpVeteran.com
Grounds for Change: A Marine Corps Veteran’s Battle Against PTSD, One Cup At A Time
Jarad Webb, Marine Corps Veteran & Founder of Zero Dark Thirty Coffee
“The biggest thing I learned was that the only treatment for PTSD that works in our community is being around others that have come through the same battle.”
Tell us about your business
Zero Dark Thirty Coffee is located in the Boise area of Idaho and was created at the end of 2020. The reason we decided to roast and sell coffee was not to generate individual wealth. I was so active in the recovery and veteran/first responder community that I could see the lack of support for those suffering from service connected PTSD.
Now Available: Freedom Crossroads Coffee
We our proud to offer Freedom Crossroads coffee, the first of a ‘dedicated blend,’ where 10% of sales go directly to a specific cause. Freedom Crossroads is a new program in Boise to house veterans in transition from homelessness, to independent healthy living as the next step in their journey through life after serving our country.