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Trinidad, Picking Coffee
(Davidson and Todd, Ltd., 2009-07-31)
A picture of labourers picking coffee beans, two of which are on ladders to reach the high branches of the trees.
Functional properties of coffee and coffee by-products
Coffee, one of the most popular beverages, is consumed by millions of people every day. Traditionally, coffee beneficial effects have been attributed solely to its most intriguing and investigated ingredient, caffeine, but ...
Coffee adulteration: more than two decades of research
(Taylor and Francis Online, 2015)
Abstract Coffee is a ubiquitous food product of considerable economic importance to the countries that produce and export it. The adulteration of roasted coffee is a strategy used to reduce costs. Conventional methods ...
Coffee processing residues as a soil potassium amendment
Introduction Total coffee production in the world in 2013 was 8.7 million Mg of coffee beans. Coffee must be processed after harvest to separate beans from the husk, and the post-harvest process can generate different types ...
Paisaje cultural cafetero, café como experiencia. Caso: Filandia Quindío
Coffee as an experince” is a family of objects that arises as a product idea for generating an experience in the cafes of the village of Filandia Quindío. It is designed with the purpose of implementing a deeper understanding ...
Sensory evaluation of black instant coffee beverage with some volatile compounds present in aromatic oil from roasted coffee
(Soc Brasileira Ciencia Tecnologia AlimentosCampinasBrasil, 2009)
Coffee Berrie [sic]
(Richardson and Selway Ltd., Trinidad, 2009-07-31)
A picture of a woman standing next to a basket full of coffee beans.
Sediments in coffee extracts: Composition and control by enzymatic hydrolysis
(Elsevier Sci LtdOxfordInglaterra, 2008)