Using three independent labs from around the globe, 49 of the world’s top coffee brands were analyzed.

Out of the 49 leading coffee brands tested, PURITY had the most antioxidants.

Furthermore, PURITY ranked the absolute highest in antioxidant levels, while also testing free of all contaminants.

On average, Purity Coffee contained two times the antioxidants of these other leading coffee brands, and of the brands tested for contaminants, over 60% came back positive for mold and ochratoxin A.

In a nutshell, Purity Coffee was the highest in antioxidants while also being absolutely free of the “bad stuff.”

This explains why so many people can FEEL the difference when they switch to Purity. (According to a study conducted amongst 100 of our customers, the majority reported feeling a difference – from no sour stomach or jitters, to improved mood and more mental clarity.)

Why are antioxidants important?

Antioxidants are a natural defense mechanism against free radicals that can cause damage to genes, accelerating the aging process and actually leading to cancer and other diseases. The good news, however, is that coffee is the richest source of antioxidants in the American diet!

How did we accomplish this?

The answer is simple…First off, less than 1% of the world’s coffee producers source beans that are up to the Purity standard. Secondly, no other coffee company in the world roasts deliberately for health benefits. (And luckily, our coffee also tastes great, which is an added benefit of beautiful beans that are not scorched.

Want to know which coffee brands we tested? See the list below.

Purity Coffee is the go-to choice for people who want a coffee that is incredibly healthy AND delicious!

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Lab testing completed by: 1. Silliker-Merieux Neutrisystems in Illinois. Tested for: Mold, yeast, ochratoxin, aflatoxin, and pesticides. Tested between: June 2016 - Feb 2017; 2. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Department of Nutrition. Tested for: Chlorogenic Acids (CGA’s). Tested between: July 2016 - Feb 2017. Official university info: Prof Dr. Adriana Farah, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Instituto de Nutrição, Laboratório de Química e Bioatividade de Alimentos; 3. University of Porto, Portugal. Tested for: Acrylamide and PAH. Tested between: July 2016 and Feb 2017. Official university info: Dr. Sarah Cunha, Requimte-Faculty Pharmacy. Rua Jorge de Viterbo Ferreira, 218, Porto, Portugal