What do we do to our coffee chaff>
Every month we roast about 500 kg of coffee beans which is 10-15kg of coffee chaff. Chaff (also known as silverskins or husk) is the epidermis of coffee beans that falls off during roasting due to the application of heat. Chaff are by products that are usually discarded after roast. What do we do to put them in good use?
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