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Andrew Salisbury
In Honor of Earth Day

In Honor of Earth Day

Now seemed like the perfect time to announce an exciting new development at Purity Coffee®. To further reinforce our commitment to sustainability and to producing the healthiest coffee possible, we have invested in a coffee farm in Colombia. Since we began, Purity Coffee® has taken a deep dive into researching the health benefits of coffee by studying the scientific literature, seeking out exceptional coffees, and listening to the input and feedback from our customers. We have had countless insights about how coffee’s complexity as a raw green “bean” changes into hundreds of other compounds when roasted. Our research, lab testing and...

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ILDI REVI
Coffee and the Stomach: A Challenge to Study

Coffee and the Stomach: A Challenge to Study

A discussion of the literature, by Ildi Revi, Director of Coffee A key dialogue that would be valuable for the Coffee Council brain trust to explore together is the connection between coffee and gastrointestinal issues. Some people drink a cup of coffee and they don’t feel well afterward, get indigestion, or have acid reflux. Observation tells us that this is not uncommon. Doctors frequently advise their patients to regulate coffee use if they are having gastric symptoms. What scientific evidence is the basis for this advice? Is coffee’s acidity the culprit? Why do some people feel coffee is too “harsh”...

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Craig Junghandel
Arabica vs. Robusta Coffee: How Arabica Coffee Benefits Your Health

Arabica vs. Robusta Coffee: How Arabica Coffee Benefits Your Health

Which is the better option in the battle between arabica vs. robusta coffee? It's not an easy question to answer, as coffee is much more complex than people think. To begin the discussion, let's trace coffee's origins to a genus of plants known as Coffea. While experts estimate there are anywhere from 25 to 100 different species of coffee plants, only two are widely commercially available currently – Coffea arabica and Coffea canephora, which is referred to as robusta and in Brazil is called conilon. Although they are slightly different genetically, both C. canephora types are internationally traded as the...

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Craig Junghandel
Single Serve Organic Coffee Sachet

Introducing: Pocket Purity

At long last, we’re proud to announce Pocket Purity—our signature health-focused coffee in a portable, environmentally friendly package. Finally, you’ll be able to bring the coffee you love wherever you go, and prepare it with nothing more than a mug and some hot water. And you’ll get it without sacrificing Purity’s unmatched benefits: organic, specialty-grade, toxin-free coffee roasted to maximize antioxidants, and delivered at peak freshness. What is Pocket Purity? Pocket Purity is a single-serving pouch of pre-measured, ground Purity Coffee. It comes in a biodegradable, plastic-free mesh sachet, much like a tea bag. You get the exact same coffee...

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