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May 25th 2016
Mark writes "It has always struck me as unfair that most of the money made from coffee ends up far from where the farmers sweated to grow it.

Once roasted, coffee beans grow stale quickly when exposed to oxygen.

Thats the primary reason that coffee beans are usually exported green to the United States and other developed countries, then roasted near consumers.

But thanks to the advent of the one-way valve bag, which keeps roasted coffee fresh for months, beans can now be roasted and mailed directly to single-origin coffee lovers from the country where they were grown..."
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May 25th 2016
Mark makes two comments which I believe are misleading, especially given his new found influence in the consumer coffee market, via the pages of Wine Spectator.

When talking about coffee quality, I think it is dangerous to talk about freshness in terms of months, regardless of the one-way valve bag. We in the specialty cold brew coffee maker industry are trying to educate people away from the notion that coffee can sit on the shelf for months, and still be fresh.

I think the one-way valve bag helps, no doubt, but keeps coffee fresh for months (not likely). To test this, Transcend will conduct a little experiment and report via the blog our results.

We will bag some coffee on the day it was roasted into a one-way valve bag and assess the coffee for freshness after one month, two months, and three months. At the end of the day, I am sure our results will confirm that coffee does not stay fresh for months, despite the new.
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May 25th 2016
My other real beef with Mark's article has to do with the picture in the middle of the page, and unfortunately, I can't show you this picture.

So I will describe it. It is an image of two people in the rain forest picking coffee, holding in their hands mounds of coffee cherries. The huge problem with the picture is that the coffee cherries are not all red (ripe).

There are green and raisin and red cherries in their hands, which simply underscores one of them most fundamental problems in the coffee industry at origin. People are not picking only ripe cherries.

Quality coffee starts with the harvest, and if only ripe cherries were picked, I as a roaster would have a much easier time buying amazing coffee.

I know, that the average Wine Spectator reader will not likely pay much attention to the fact that the cherries are not all ripe, but what is the saying, a picture is worth a thousand words.