Producing the correct grind for the various brewing methods is the job of the mills in the factory, and an operator is responsible for their calibration. Samples are also regularly sent from the mills to the sampling room for inspection.
After being roasted and ground, the coffee is packed. The packaging material is inspected in advance to make sure that it meets all the necessary criteria to ensure that the full aroma of the coffee is retained up to the point of consumption. Once the packed coffee has been loaded onto pallets, a few more samples are taken to undergo a thorough check.
First of all the appearance of the packaging is examined and then checked to see if the production date and best before date have been added. Once again, packets of coffee are sent to the sampling room, where they are judged on color, moisture content and flavor.
Finally, with the aid of the so-called 'leak-test', the vacuum packaging is examined to make sure that it really is air-tight. Another method to avoid the oxygen to stale the coffee is to be packed under protective atmosphere. If any oddities are found, the whole batch is held back and the faulty packages removed. Pallets without any irregularities are immediately sent to the distribution center for delivery to the customer.
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