Coffee waste is something that has been on coffee growers minds for as long as coffee has been commercialized. Billions of pounds of coffee cherry pulp are produced each year as a byproduct of the global coffee industry, which often goes to waste, but one enterprising company is converting some of that into a flour that can be used as a nutritious alternative to grain-based flours. The company also claims that Coffee Flour is very nutritious, and contains more iron than spinach.
- November 23, 2016
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