The health benefits of coffee are based on science
Coffee is a black, caffeinated drink that is widely used. From ripe beans, harvested and peeled, dried. It is then roasted to create the same taste of coffee as we drink today. Arabica coffee beans are grown in Latin America, East Africa, the Arabian Peninsula or Asia. Robusta beans are widely grown in West and Central Africa, much of Southeast Asia and to some extent Brazil.
Coffee can help people feel less tired and increase energy levels. That’s because coffee contains a stimulant called caffeine. Many nutrients in coffee beans still retain their nutritional value when prepared. On average, a cup of coffee contains:
Vitamin B2: 11% of the recommended daily amount of the body
Vitamin B5: 6% of the recommended daily amount of the body
Manganese and Potassium: 3% of the recommended daily amount of the body
Magnesium and Vitamin B3: 2% of the recommended daily amount of the body.
|Place of Orgin||Vietnam|
|Self Life||18 Month from production date|
|Acidity||4.5 – 5|
|Foreign Matter||0.5% Max|
|Additional Incredient||Coffee Bean Only|
|Packing||50kg PP Bags|
|Supply Ability||2000 MT per Month|
|Load Ability||18 MT per 20 FT Container|
|Payment||T/T, L/C and can be negotiated|