One Way Valve For Coffee four

One Way Valve For Coffee four

For 64% of Americans who drink coffee every day, fast and convenient coffee is essential.

In 1849, William Bo Vee resigned from the coffee factory in the city of New York post to the gold rush in California to seek wealth. But behind the big city luxury he also left a more convenient method for making coffee.

In the western United States, the people who buy is still green coffee beans, roasted coffee beans and then himself at home, and then hand grinding machine will crush them, and finally to brew a cup of coffee.

Later, William Bowie established the first coffee plant in California, the sale of packaging pre baked coffee beans. He flashes, great vision to go a step further, the world's first large-scale factory to make grinding his roasted coffee beans, and then packaged into convenient packing bag with the one way valve.

However, only a few years later, William Bowie is tired of the coffee business, so he will be the coffee company shares sold to a young employee James. James Folger's company name changed to Folger, and making it into a national famous brand, launched the daily morning coffee more conveniently wave.

Do you need the coffee valve for your coffee product

28 Aug 2019

When you or your customer have high requirement on the coffee kit, please also remember to have your coffee bean packed with a coffee valve without filter.

Importance on choosing the right coffee valve two

27 Aug 2019

Brewing methods have different requirements on the powder thickness, exhaust valves without filter is suitable for whole-bean product that can be grinded at home.

Importance on choosing the right coffee valve one

26 Aug 2019

Brewing method and the storage condition are both affecting coffee taste, and the exhaust valve with filter installed on package is suitable for powdery product.

What one way degassing valve contributes on the quality of coffee

16 Jul 2019

We recommend you keep coffee beans in containers with one-way degassing valve, it helps to prevent quality change and to extend shelf life during ‘resting’.