2017 New Arabica Freeze Drying Coffee Powder
|FOB Price:||US $10-25 / kg|
|Min. Order:||1 kg|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|1 kg||US $10-25/ kg|
|Transport Package:||Tins, Box, Customzie|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union, Paypal, Money Gram|
- Model NO.: PRF-YN350
- Certification: GMP, HACCP, QS, FDA
- Type: Powder
- Feature: Organic, Vitamins, Low-Fat, Sugar-Free, Decaffeinated, Low-Salt
- Storage Note: Moisture Proof
- Product Name: Arabica Freeze Drying Coffee Powder
- Shelf Life: 24 Months
- Keyword: Freeze Drying Coffee Powder
- OEM/ODM: Available
- Supplier Type: GMP Factory
- Trademark: NATURALTREME
- Origin: Vietnam
- Function: Reduce Weight
- Age Group: Adults
- Gender: Unisex
- Packaging: Box
- Product Type: Food
- Certificate: GMP, FDA
- Color: Dark Brown
- Main Function: Innumber Booster, Anti-Aging
- Powder Packaging: Box, Tins, Bags
- Ingreidents: Pure Arabica Coffee Powder
- Specification: 1kg/bag
Arabica coffee shrub typically grows between 2.5-4.5 meters (8.2-14.7 ft) in height, requires a temperature between 15°-24°C (59-75°F) and an annual rainfall of about 1200-2200 mm/yr.In terms of yield, Arabica produces less coffee per hectare than robusta, making the cost of growing arabica much higher.
|Products name||Pure Vietnam Arabica Coffee Powder|
|Type||Instant coffee powder|
|Dry process||Freeze Drying|
|Shelf life||24 months|
Why choose arabica coffee?
Arabica contains almost 60% more lipids and almost twice the concentration of sugars than robusta.As a result, these sugars play an important role during the roasting process in creating several key aromatic compounds, as well as contributing to the body due to its greater level of dissolved solubles.
Think of coffee and you will probably think of Brazil, Colombia, or maybe Ethiopia.But the world's second largest exporter today is Vietnam.
Coffee was introduced to Vietnam by the French in the 19th Century and a processing plant manufacturing instant coffee was functioning by 1950.
This is how most Vietnamese coffee is consumed, and is partly why about a quarter of coffee drunk in the UK comes from Vietnam.
British consumers still drink a lot more of that than of fancy coffees, such as espressos, lattes and cappuccinos.
High-end coffee shops mainly buy Arabica coffee beans, whereas Vietnam grows the hardier Robusta bean.
Some companies, like Nestle, have processing plants in Vietnam, which roast the beans and pack it.