Origin of Some Coffee Defects – «Baggy»

The jute bag is one of the most important way to transport coffee between producing and roasting countries. These bags are mainly produced in Asia (India, Indonesia) and Africa. From the early days, producers used hydrocarbon oils (Jute Batching Oil or JBO) to soften the jute fibers. Today, a few companies have developed hydrocarbon free jute bags. They use Rice Bran Oil (RBO) and the producers of these bags claim that less contamination occurs with

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