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Vac-Pac, Grain-Pro or Jute? A New Test!

Posted on Jun 17, 2010

by David Pohl
There are many ways to store green coffee after it has been processed and prepared for export.  Traditionally coffee was put in "jute" - a fiber like burlap.  Due to concerns of the "bagginess" of coffees stored in jute too long, coffee exporters have been experimenting with other forms of packaging.  We have reported in blogs and Facebook posts on some of the other types of packaging solutions, and in this blog we want to report on a cupping we recently did comparing a one-year old coffee in vac-pac versus the same one-year old coffee in grain-pro.Vac-Pac, Grain Pro and Jute  Read more >>

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