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Facts About Organic Coffee Beans

Updated on November 13, 2010

There is no better way to enjoy your morning but with a great cup of coffee made of organic coffee beans. Drinking organic coffee is the best alternative to your regular cup of Joe if you are health conscious. In addition, aside from keeping it healthy you can also keep the environment clean and green by brewing organic coffee beans than the regular ones.
One may inquire why it is ideal to drink organic coffee. Organic coffee beans are grown differently. Organic coffee beans are grown organically, there are no pesticides, or toxic chemicals that help it grow. They may be more expensive than regular coffee beans but think of the benefits it give to the environment. Organic coffee not only helps the environment but it claims it has more nutrients and vitamins. It can also prevent aging, fights diseases and protects the cells from damage. Organic coffee can also boost the mental faculties enhancing both the mind and body. Not only it gives a lot of benefits, it also tastes good. Organic coffee can be blended with 100% natural flavorings, maintaining it flavored organic tastes. It is important to remember that organic and natural are not interchangeable. Coffee producers sometimes claim that their products are natural; they are “free range” and “hormone free”. Do not be mislead that this term is similar to “organic” because it must pass a stringent quality control before it can make such a claim.
Organic coffee certification is created to keep a verified sustainable agriculture system, which cultivates coffee according to nature, enhances soil health, and supports biodiversity. It controls the production of organic coffee to a specific standard. This system has been in place since the 19th century and is internationally recognized.
Before shelling out cash to enjoy the rich and full flavor of your gourmet organic coffee, make sure that you are buying a certified bag of coffee beans.

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      Katie Luense 7 years ago from Buffalo, NY

      Thank You for your comments and for stopping by!

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      Kdban101 7 years ago

      very nice hub , informative and helpful.