[Homeroast] Ecologically Friendly Coffee Bag?
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Sat Oct 1 12:40:06 CDT 2011
And valved bag needing heat sealer with a lining called Biotre.
However, I'm not convinced and have seen no data or claims Biotre protects
against oxygen and moisture as well as plasticized foil lined bags. And of
course since biodegradable cost substantially more than comparable
non-biodegradable product. Which seems the industry norm be it cups, lids,
bags you name it usually 20-25% more expensive. Get pricing more competitive
for "earth friendly" or whatever and more businesses will be able to afford
to use them.
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Subject: [Homeroast] Ecologically Friendly Coffee Bag?
Is there such a thing as an ecologically friendly coffee bag in which
roasted coffee can be sold?
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