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Finding the Perfect Green Coffee Storage

Wouldn't it be nice if there was a way to know exactly how you should store your coffee? It turns out there is! Marcus Young joins Krzysztof Barabosz from Hard Beans and Stuart Ritson to discuss their multiple year green coffee storage research.

Did time zones or running your businesses not allow you to join the session? All good because we have you covered with a recording of the webinar!

00:03:30 Capturing ambient coffee storage data with AmbientSensors, Roast Profiling, and Cup

00:05:00 Understanding why Hard Beans set out to study and find the perfect green coffee storage conditions at their roastery in Poland

00:11:30 Virtual tour of Hard Beans' green coffee storage with AmbientSensors

00:14:00 Correlating results between temperature and coffee quality in controlled and uncontrolled coffee storage environments

00:18:30 4 fully controlled lab temperature chambers used to study the coffees

00:22:00 Comparing typical green coffee storage conditions and controlled green coffee storage environments

00:25:37 Understanding the effect between green coffee packaging and its effect on green coffee quality with a relation to temperature

00:34:10 Practical applications to proper green coffee storage conditions

00:41:15 Understanding the role of moisture and water activity for perfect green coffee storage conditions

00:48:10 Managing moisture and water activity of green coffee as part of the physical analysis Cropster

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