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about coffee is about to change.

coffee flour is…

…An agricultural innovation with the potential to do some really great things for the world. And we don’t just mean the food world.

 

Each year the billions of coffee beans that eventually make their way into the Americanos, lattes, and no-foam, extra-hot, triple-shot cappuccinos of the world are harvested by milling and extracting them from the coffee plant. The surrounding pulp, known as the coffee cherry, is discarded. It often gets dumped into rivers or left to rot in heaps. So we invented something better to do with it. Something that’s better for everyone.

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For farmers and families in coffee growing countries, it will create sustainable jobs and a new revenue source for some of the poorest areas of the world. For the environment, it will remove botanical waste from streams and soil, strengthening the land and lives of the people and species there. And for the rest of us, it will add a nutritious and distinctly flavorful ingredient to the global menu.

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We have a passion for coffee, and for the people, and communities who grow it. So finding a use for those discarded cherries became our purpose. We pioneered a process that converts this coffee byproduct into a nutrient-dense new super-ingredient we call coffee flour .

 

What we’re most proud of is that we’ve structured our business model so that the positive social, environmental, and economic impacts will be shared by all.

 

*coffee flour is set for commercial rollout in 2015. Please contact us if you are interested in participating.

NEWS UPDATES

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James Beard Award-Winning Chef Now Creating with coffee flour™!


coffee flour™ was introduced to me in 2012, and immediately from a culinary perspective, this was an exciting opportunity to be the first to use coffee cherries as an ingredient. Then I realized there was much more to the story of coffee flour™ and how much impact it could have worldwide in addition to the […]

Mexico's Bad Harvest: How coffee flour™ Could Help


Xaltha, Mexico, lies in the state of Veracruz, just east of Mexico City on the Atlantic side. Farmers there were expecting an ordinary year in 2013 and were predicting an ample harvest…until November. Normally the annual weather follows a pattern from rain to sun and warmth, which nurtures the trees with energy and vitality. The […]

coffee flour™ Creates New Jobs in Nicaragua!


The El Carmen mill is in the city of Diriamba, south of Managua between Lake Nicaragua and the Pacific Ocean. coffee flour™ began collaborating with this mill on a marked year. In 2012 there was a devastating rust infection that affected 35% of the trees in the region. This damage to the trees resulted in […]

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GLOBAL IMPACT

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NUTRITION

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wheatflour

5x more fiber than whole grain wheat flour.

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84% less fat and 42% more fiber than coconut flour.

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3x more protein per gram than fresh kale.

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3x more iron than fresh spinach, and more iron than any grain or cereal in the USDA database.

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Contains less caffeine than brewed coffee. The amount per serving is dependent on the varietal, concentration and particular recipes.

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1oz of coffee flour has 2x the potassium of a banana.

RECIPES

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Deep Dark Brownie


Ingredients  163g (1 1/4 cup) all purpose flour 34g (1/4 cup) Coffee Flour 12g (2 T.) dark cocoa powder 8g (1 T.) kosher salt 311g (11 oz.) dark chocolate, 65-70% 226g (2 sticks) unsalted butter, cubed 329g (1 1/2 cup) dark brown sugar, firmly packed 100g (1/2 cup) sugar 5 eggs, room temp 7ml (1 […]

Granola


Ingredients Dry Ingredients 900g (3 + 3/4 cup) rolled oats 366g (3 cup) chopped walnuts 210 (3 cup) coconut 40g (¼ cup) chia seeds 60g (½ cup) hemp seeds 68g (½ cup) Coffee Flour 100g (½ cup) pepitas, pumpkin seeds 57g (½ cup) sunflower seeds (add ¾ cup liquid mixture and add in after initial […]

Chocolate Chip Cookie


Ingredients  261g (2 cup) all purpose flour 44g (1/3 cup) Coffee Flour 4g (1 t.) baking soda 226g (2 sticks) unsalted butter, room temp 220g (1 cup) dark brown sugar, firmly packed 100g (1/2 cup) white sugar 8g (1 T.) kosher salt * 2 eggs, room temp 15ml (1 T.) vanilla 272g (2 cup) good […]

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We would love to hear from you!! Please send us a note to hello@coffeeflour.com, or join our mailing list for occasional news items. We promise not to annoy you with spam or share your information with anyone. Partners interested in our commercial roll out are encouraged to contact us as well.

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