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Coffee Powder Processing

The cherries are dried and husked using the wet method. The beans are then placed on a conveyor belt that carries them past workers who remove sticks and other debris. Next, they are graded according to size, the location and altitude of the plantation where they were grown. Once these processes are completed, workers select and pack particular types and grades of beans.

When the coffee beans arrive at a roasting plant, they are again cleaned and sorted. The beans are roasted in huge commercial roasters. After leaving the roaster, the beans are placed in a cooling vat, wherein they are stirred while cold air is blown over them. After grinding, coffee is brewed with water in huge percolators after the grinding stage. An extract is clarified from the brewed coffee and sprayed into a large cylinder. As it falls downward through this cylinder, it enters a warm air stream that converts it into a dry powder.

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Roasted Coffee Beans Processing

The coffee fruit is discarded, the bean is ground, roasted and brewed to make a delicious drink. Beans are hand picked, soaked to remove the fruit, scouring is also used to remove this fruit. The beans are then washed in order to remove any of the flesh which is left over. The beans are then dried out in the sunlight until they only retail around 12% of their water. The beans are roasted at 400F during which process they double in size and will change to be the brown color. Beans have no oil on the surfaces, exhibiting more balanced flavor, aroma, and acidity. Caffeine is somewhat decreased.

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Banana Processing

Roundness of surface makes the fruit different from other variety. Through our research we have developed the shelf life of the g9 banana variety after harvest. Green color in immature condition and in maturity yellowish.
Grand naine Banana or g9 bananas are taken as both as fresh fruit and used in Food Processing Industries.


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