Every morning, as soon as many get out of bed, groggy and grumpy, their hands reach for freshly brewed cups of coffee to give them the boost they need to start their day. But imagine your favorite coffee without coffee beans. Strange as it may sound, a Seattle-based company has developed a sustainable, grain-free variety of coffee.
The demand for coffee has increased day by day and has led to increased production, which means more land to grow coffee, which ultimately leads to deforestation. Climatic conditions over the years have changed drastically and have caused concern in the minds of coffee growers. To solve this problem, Atomo introduced molecular coffee, which is a grain-free coffee made from recycled plant materials.
Molecular coffee has become the talk of the town as its sustainability challenges traditional ways of growing coffee. The production company claims that, compared to cold brew coffee, molecular coffee requires 94% less water, 93% fewer emissions and, since it contains no beans, it is better for the environment. because there will be no deforestation.
The health benefits of coffee consumption according to the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health mentions – “A large body of evidence suggests that the consumption of caffeinated coffee does not increase the risk of cardiovascular disease and cancers. In fact, drinking 3-5 standard cups of coffee per day has been consistently associated with a reduced risk of several chronic diseases.
What makes molecular coffee a better choice than traditional ones?
Well, the answers are:
1. Molecular coffee will always give you your caffeine fix.
2. Although it cannot displace global coffee growers, it provides an alternative solution for better living and ensures sustainability.
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