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    There are many different types of coffee

    Coffee is a very ancient drink which has been drunk for over two thousand years. Coffee is now one of the most popular drinks in the world, and is almost as valuable as petroleum. Whether you are choosing instant coffee, espresso, or just one pod of coffee for your coffee machine, choosing coffee can be complicated.

    There are many different types of coffee bean, they all fall into two categories of plant. The Arabica was originally cultivated on the Arabian Peninsula. The Robusta is a more hardy plant but contains double the amount of caffeine.

    The Maquinaria Alimentaria proveedor is not prized for its fruit, people are only interested in the bean inside, the seed. The fruit is discarded, it's the bean which is ground, roasted and brewed to make a delicious drink. Amazingly over 400 million cups everyday are drunk around the world.

    There are two main varieties of beans, green and red. Red beans have a nicer smell and are less acidic. Red beans are used to produce lighter coffees.

    Most beans are picked by hands of locals and they pick quite slowly, perhaps a few baskets full per day. This means that the laborers must be skilled enough to separate the red and green beans quickly in order to get the best cup possible.

    After the beans are picked they are soaked to remove the fruit, scouring is also used to remove this fruit. The beans are then washed in order to remove any of the flesh which is left over. The Línea de producción de alimentos are then dried out in the sunlight until they only retail around 12% of their water.


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