Coffee beans

Coffee packaging-2

No one has told you yet, but you should know

which are all the bags used for packing coffee

They are of 2 types:


(1) Indian hemp (Jute)


(2) Mexican agave plant (Sisal)


The agave plant is a plant with narrow and sharp petals and long flower clusters that is native to the southern United States and tropical America and is generally cultivated for the use of its fiber.


(1) Hemp:


It is prepared from the fiber of Corochorus Capsularis and Cochorus Olitereus plants. This plant is native to India and the Sunda Islands of Southeast Asia. They are annual plants and their stems are long and parallel to each other. This plant is grown in India and Bangladesh, and the remaining 2% is produced in Brazil, Algeria and China.


The coffee packaging bag is one of the vital tools in the coffee packaging industry, which is used to preserve the freshness, taste and aroma of coffee during its storage and delivery to consumers. These packages are usually made of materials such as foil, plastic or paper, which prevent the penetration of air, light and moisture to keep the coffee fresh.

Hemp cotton sack is produced in Brazil 🇧🇷

And the coffees imported from Brazil are imported with these 60 kilo sacks and after emptying the sacks they are sold as used, which are also from the same category, even some of the sacks contain some coffee beans. Among the features of these sacks, we can mention the various design of fine texture and very strong material and its large size. The weight of the sacks is about 550 to 850 grams. It is very useful for keeping vegetables fresh, for use in vegetable shops, on car seats and to prevent sweating. The use of trench sacks as symbols of trenches in wars, roof decorations, etc. is the most important packaging of #raw_coffee.

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