The truth behind Aeroco Coffee's safe coffee brand?
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Are all coffee brands from Dak Lak clean and safe coffee? Aeroco Coffee's farm is also located in this coffee capital, is Aeroco's safe coffee really as safe as many media channels say? Coffee is safe or not depends not only on the land where it is grown, but also on many factors. Let's find out the truth behind the safe coffee name of Aeroco Coffee.
1. Selection of varieties and cultivation of coffee trees
Aeroco Coffee manages crops in the direction of sustainable farming and organic development
The step of choosing a coffee plant is one of the most basic and important steps to create a safe coffee product. Seeds with good vigor, free of pathogens will have the ability to grow well, yielding high quality coffee beans, free from pests and diseases. At Aeroco Coffee, we select and use the best seeds from the parent plant so that the quality of coffee beans reaches the standard that best suits the company's development orientation.
If coffee beans carry pests, they will easily spread, implicating the whole farm. This affects the quality of seeds, and the economy of growers when they have to use chemicals to eliminate pests for plants. And once using chemicals, no one can guarantee that the final coffee product on the market is really safe or not.
During the farming stage, Aeroco manages crops according to the organic farming model, protecting the living environment of the orchard and neighboring households.
- Safe coffee production garden is located in a closed farm; take advantage of the wastewater from the coffee processing stage, undergo treatment and then provide nutrients to the crops.
- Use composted manure and make use of waste from coffee berries and animal waste from cows, chickens, etc. to self-produce organic fertilizers, and limit the use of chemical fertilizers.
- Using integrated pest and crop management practices should limit pests. Pests and diseases that damage plants will be prevented by herbal or biological drugs such as Ketomium, Cheatomium, etc.
This will contribute to protecting the environment and the health of people in the region as well as creating safe and clean coffee beans.
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2. Fresh fruit collection, preliminary processing and drying of coffee and paddy.
The coffee cherries are carefully harvested to ensure the quality of the finished coffee beans
The process of harvesting coffee cherries will be hand-picked and sorted by the farmers here. Only standard fruits such as fully ripe with red color, only slightly green stalks, no pests, ... are brought into the preliminary processing step.
When harvested, the fruits do not pile up, overlap and do not keep the coffee for more than 24 hours because at that time the coffee will be fermented, reducing product quality, unsafe for users. Coffee will be brewed after harvesting for 12-13 hours and will be taken to preliminary processing.
Mesh drying racks in the greenhouse
After preliminary processing, the parchment coffee will be dried on a mesh drying rack away from the soil in the greenhouse, ensuring it is clean, free from insect invasion and bacteria growth that damages the coffee beans. The temperature in the greenhouse must reach 40 degrees Celsius and every 40 minutes the coffee beans must be rotated to prevent the green coffee embryos from being damaged. Repeat continuously for 7 - 8 days, the new parchment coffee will reach the moisture content below 12%. After the drying step, the coffee will be brought to the warehouse for preservation.
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3. Safe roasting and storing process for coffee
Coffee beans after roasting will be packed in jute bags with cage bags
The roasting area ensures the absence of insects, tools and equipment for cold brewing during storage after roasting are all made of stainless steel, Containers for green coffee before roasting are used. jute bag with cage pocket.
Aeroco uses modern technology roasters to make the roasting process easier and safer. The roasted coffee beans will not burn because the new technology can run and adjust to produce the perfect batch of coffee.
4. Packaging and distribution
Aeroco's products all use paper bags to ensure environmental friendliness but still be safe for users.
The production process of Aeroco Coffee products always ensures safety from the planting and harvesting process to the distribution step, so it can be said that Aeroco's safe coffee is very trustworthy.