Coffee Valve Say Coffee two

21 Mar 2017

The taste of coffee is produced by ripe red coffee berries on the coffee tree.Coffee cherry peel is very bitter, but the fruit is sweet, mucus covered in endocarp to protect the precious flesh, there are two oval seeds, that is what we call the coffee beans.

coffee valve knows the coffee tree planted in 3/4 Arabica beans, it is well-known for its flavor and mild taste. The other major commercial varieties, is the taste of bitter robusta.

Brazil is the world's largest exporter of coffee, then Vietnam, Columbia, Indonesia and Mexico. Hawaii in the United States and Puerto Rico have grown coffee, but the coffee production is far less than the American coffee consumption. In the United States imported coffee, baking and drinking, than any other countries in the world to be more.

Folgers coffee is the leading brand of American coffee packaging, they are located in New Orleans, is the largest coffee company in all baking and packaging plant. Every year from 25 to 300 thousand tons of new harbor input coffee, their factory is the biggest customer of this port. Here, the white bag like container trucks filled with large the coffee beans when they are transported in future will be cut, then the coffee beans will be poured into the grid, to almost 12 storeys high silo. Here the scale of operation to make it difficult to imagine.

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Originally published 21 Mar 2017, updated 21 Mar 2017.

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