[Homeroast] "Natural" Coffee?

Scott Miller peechdogg at gmail.com
Fri Jul 23 10:57:17 CDT 2010

And even if all your coffees are not all organic certified, Rain
Forest Alliance does have some sustainable farming practices that
producers to have to follow. I think SMBC "Bird Friendly" coffees are
organic certified before SMBC will even consider them for the bird
friendly label.



On Fri, Jul 23, 2010 at 11:20 AM, michael brown <disracer at msn.com> wrote:
> I've got a store in town that is interested in carrying my coffee.  They said they are strictly a "natural product" store and asked me if my coffees are all natural...brain fart...."Uh i guess so."  I don't know that i've been asked or heard of "all natural coffees."
> Am i missing something obvious?  The only thing i could think of is if i were to add flavor oils, then it would no longer be natural?  I feel i can safely say that it's grown "naturally,"  then i roast it.  They didn't ask about organic or fair trade, they specifically said natural.  I've got a meeting with them next week and would like to present myself a little bit smarter than i did today!  A true DUH moment.
> Thoughts?  Natural vs un-natural coffee?
> Thanks in advance!
> Michael BB'ham, AL
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