Organic Coffee Business Opportunity Part 1
www.DietCoffee.org Every day, millions of people sit down and enjoy a hot cup of coffee. Because of the huge demand, coffee comes in hundreds of different options that include caffeinated and decaffeinated. There is also a lot of flavored coffee such as hazelnut, French vanilla, maple, chocolate mousse, and the list goes on. In addition to flavored coffee there are many specialty blends such as Kona, which is a wonderfully balanced coffee from Hawaii. However, the best coffee comes from the organic grown coffee bean. In South America, traditionally, coffee is shade grown, which means it grows under bushes since the beans do not tolerate direct sunlight. These canopy shade trees provide just the right amount of shade for most coffee beans. This shade coupled with the leaves help provide the needed moisture in the soil for the coffee plant and the results are fresh beans with amazing taste. Best of all is that this type of organic coffee bean is grown without the use of chemical fertilizers, herbicides, or pesticides. Because the organic coffee bean has become so popular, we now see new hybrid varieties being developed. With this, crops produced more beans, smaller in size that make harvesting much easier and more efficient. Another huge change with this coffee bean is that it can be grown in direct sunlight, which has helped the production rate to meet ongoing and increasing demand. http
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