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Strictly Natural Coffee


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Strictly Natural Coffee

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Strictly Natural Coffee

  1. 1. Strictly Natural CoffeeBy
  2. 2. What is strictly natural coffee? Is it healthy organic coffee?Who plants it? Who harvests it?
  3. 3. Who processes strictly naturalcoffee to preserve its organic qualities?
  4. 4. Can you find organic coffeeantioxidants in strictly natural coffee?
  5. 5. Where can you buy strictly natural coffee and does someone certify it?
  6. 6. Strictly natural coffee not only grows in the wild but growswhere it grows because a birddropped a seed and the plant started to grow.
  7. 7. After all, coffee grew in the wilds of East Africa where itwas first recognized and used to brew coffee.
  8. 8. Strictly natural coffee is notcultivated but in order for us to consume strictly natural
  9. 9. coffee someone needs to pickit and process it, ship it, roast it, and package it.
  10. 10. To the extent that strictlynatural coffee is not mixedwith anything off the coffee
  11. 11. farm, treated with chemicals, or dealt with in any wayexcept to roast it and package it, it is truly organic coffee.
  12. 12. Strictly Natural Organic Coffee
  13. 13. To make sure that naturalcoffee is free of impurities it is wise to look for evidence of organic coffee certification.
  14. 14. This indicates that the soil in which the coffee was grownhas had no chemicals applied for at least three years.
  15. 15. It also guarantees that the coffee was processed, shipped, roasted, andpackaged in conditions that guarantee no mixing with other products.
  16. 16. There is, however, noguarantee that organic coffee is strictly natural coffee.
  17. 17. There are, however, sources of strictly natural coffee.
  18. 18. As an example, some types of Panama Mountain grown organic coffee are strictly natural coffee.
  19. 19. There are coffee cooperatives in the provinces of Chiriquíand Veraguas in Panama that pick their coffee in the forested highlands.
  20. 20. These shade grown organic coffees grow wild, are not cultivated, and receive no fertilizers or chemicals.
  21. 21. They are picked at the peak ofperfection, dried, and sent forroasting or shipment as green coffee beans.
  22. 22. While shade grown organiccoffee is normally spaced out to mimic a plant growing naturally,
  23. 23. strictly natural coffee doesnot require the services of aplanter to grow in the right location.
  24. 24. Does Strictly Natural CoffeeDiffer from Organic Coffee?
  25. 25. To the extent that an organic coffee grower replicates natural conditions when growing coffee, good organiccoffee is strictly natural coffee.
  26. 26. And, to the extent that strictlynatural coffee is processed by good organic techniques the
  27. 27. natural aspects of the coffeeare not ruined by processing with regular coffee tainted
  28. 28. with herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, or synthetic fertilizers.
  29. 29. If coffee picked in the wild is properly processed, stored,shipped, and roasted it retains its good organic qualities.
  30. 30. The risk with strictly naturalcoffee that is not certified as organic is that it is entirely
  31. 31. possible for one to pick coffee from plants growing in the wild and mix the beans with
  32. 32. those from other sources inorder to increase the quantity.
  33. 33. This practice all too oftenreduces the percentage ofstrictly natural coffee and
  34. 34. may, in fact, defeat thepurpose of picking coffee in the wild.