Coffee is a natural product. The beauty of this is that each batch will have its unique cup profile, season after season. But as nature changes the cup profiles and quality levels, the consistency of your coffee is always at risk. That is why you need thorough quality checks along the supply chain and up to date knowledge on how to conduct quality control.

Coffee is the world’s second most valuable commodity and an estimated 25 million people around the world depend on its production for their livelihood. The country of Brazil has the largest economy in Latin America and is the leading producer and exporter of coffee, growing over one-third of the world’s coffee supply 

There are two primary types of coffee cultivated for drinking: arabica and robusta. The differences between the two are significant in taste, growing conditions, and price.

Robusta is a bitter-tasting, high-caffeine bean found in instant coffees and espressos. Arabica is considered higher-quality and comprises about 70 percent of world production. Nearly every commercial blend of coffee in developed countries is predominately arabica. Robusta is grown exclusively in the Eastern Hemisphere and arabica is grown primarily in Latin America. Most countries only produce one type of bean but some, like Brazil, produce both.

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