Typical Agglomerated Coffee Specification
The process of production of agglomerated instant coffee is very similar to a spay-dried production that include several steps like milling spray-dried instant coffee to produce a milld powder. The cohesiveness of the powder is then adjusted to make it flow and bind together with slight compaction. It will form a shape structurally intact cluster after the adjustment. In order to produce agglomerated coffee, the spray-dried coffee is mixed with water and steam to covert them into agglomerated particles to form the coffee.
Agglomerated coffee available in the market usually is made with a blend of Robusta & Arabica Coffee. Agglomerated coffee manufacturers are usually reluctant to disclose the percentage of Robusta & Arabica beans used in the production of agglomerated coffee. For sizeable volume, industrial customers can opt for custom made blend of 100% Arabica or 100% Robusta beans in agglomerated coffee products.
|Floating Particles (>0,5mm)||Maximum 20|
|Plate count||Maximum 5,000 cfg/g|
|Yeast and Mould||Maximum 100 cfg/g|
|Escherichia coli||Maximum 40 MPN/g|
Our agglomerated coffee is packed into carton boxes with inner polythene liner weighing 25kg and approximately 6 metric tones per 20 fcl.
Our agglomerated coffee has a shelf life of 18 months starting from production date.
Our agglomerated coffee is best to keep in dry and cool place.