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Behind the Cup |June 24, 2013

Coffee Roasting And Packaging

It takes 1.25 pounds of green beans to make one pound of roasted coffee.

  • Green bean is delivered to the roasting facility.
  • The roasting process is carefully monitored and timed to create a variety of roasts to meet the varied tastes or our customers.
  • Grinding and/or flavoring are performed on the coffee after roasting.
Throughout the entire process from seed to roasted coffee package, each step is carefully designed to provide the highest quality possible. For every one pound of roasted coffee delivered to our customers, over 6 lbs of the coffee cherry are required.
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