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Vietnamese Specialty Green Coffee Beans Supplier: Sustainable Coffee Export Cooperation With Helena Coffee

Vietnamese Specialty Green Coffee Beans Supplier: Sustainable Coffee Export Cooperation With Helena Coffee. Throughout many years of operation and growth on the domestic and global markets. The second-most traded well in the world is generally regarded as coffee. As a result, people at home and abroad now regard Helena Coffee Vietnam as a supplier of green coffee. Building the Helena Coffee brand is progressing with the objective of "Making Farmers Lives Better!" The selection of suppliers with whom to work inevitably faces challenges …
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Processing Green Coffee By The “Honey” Method

Processing Green Coffee By The “Honey” Method: This is a relatively new type of green coffee processing, it started to be popular in the world about 7-8 years ago. The name of this method is also misleading for many people when it comes to mixing honey into coffee beans, which is not the case at all. The basic principle of the honey method The basic principle of the honey method lies in selecting only ripe berries when harvested. At that time, the sugar …
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10 Steps From Farm To Cup

10 Steps From Farm To Cup: The coffee you enjoy each day has taken a long journey to arrive in your cup. Between the time they’re planted, picked, and purchased, coffee beans go through a typical series of steps to bring out their best. 1. Planting A coffee bean is a seed. When dried, roasted, and ground, it’s used to brew coffee. If the seed isn’t processed, it can be planted and grow into a coffee tree. Coffee seeds are generally planted in large …
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Green Coffee and Roasted Coffee – Green Coffee Beans 

Green Coffee and Roasted Coffee - Green Coffee Beans: We drink coffee every day to keep our spirits up, and most of us are all too familiar with dark brown or black coffee beans. However, I recently discovered that green coffee is gradually gaining popularity due to its numerous uses and benefits. I investigated and accumulated information to understand what is unique about this green coffee since I was fascinated. Hopefully, this post will also provide answers to people who …
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What Is Green Coffee?

What is green coffee? Surely, baristas have heard a lot about green coffee, and many centers will have specific themes to teach about green coffee in their courses. However, to provide a better understanding of this coffee variation to baristas. Helena will walk you through what it is and the challenges that surround it in the article below. What are green coffee beans? [caption id="attachment_36691" align="aligncenter" width="1350"] What Is Green Coffee?[/caption] Fresh coffee is another name for it. Green coffee beans, in essence, are …
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A Guide to Buying Green Coffee

A Guide to Buying Green Coffee: You’ve got your roaster and learned all about roasting methods for a delicious rustic coffee. So what else is missing to start burning? As a roaster, you must have the ability and knowledge to evaluate green coffee. Being able to roast brings out the best elements of that green coffee. How can you find the proper green coffee for you?  But don’t worry, there are some simple ways to distinguish the different types of green …
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Green Coffee Technical Specifications For Export | Helena., JSC

Green Coffee Technical Specifications For Export: Specifications of green coffee for export: There are different types of green coffee for export; Let's look at the specifications of some of them, such as robusta and arabica (wet processing, dry processing). 1) Standard for dry-processed Robusta green coffee, grade 1, 18. (Robusta coffee grade 1 on-screen No. 18) Humidity (Humidity): up to 12.5% Black beans and spoiled beans: up to 2% Foreign matter: up to 0.5% Other coffee beans: up to 0.5% Minimum 90% …