Anatomy of a bag
Yes, there's too much plastic in your coffee
The need to protect coffee and its aromas from external and internal damages, such as oxygen infiltrations and leakage, has made it extremely convenient for the coffee industry to use environmentally unsustainable packaging. The most common material being used are aluminium and plastics, often obtained from oil. But fortunately, research makes progress, continue reading to find out how...
Vacuum sealed? Modified atmosphere? Nope, Active Packaging.
A great way to preserve coffee (and most foods) is to extract all the air (vacuum seal) and, before closing the container, add some nitrogen to it (modified atmosphere). But we wanted to do better than that, so we choose active packaging. Continue reading to discover about the Oxygen Absorbers.