Green Coffee Beans

Arabic: حبوب البن الخضراء
Portuguese: Grãos de café verde
Dutch: Groene koffiebonen
Spanish: Granos de café verde


Green coffee beans are the unroasted seeds of the Coffea plant, which are light green or yellowish in color and smaller and harder than roasted coffee beans. After harvesting, they are processed to remove the outer layers of skin and pulp, then dried and sorted for quality before being shipped to coffee roasters. Green coffee beans are rich in chlorogenic acid, caffeine, and other natural compounds that contribute to their unique flavor profile and aroma.They are popular for home roasting and specialty coffee shops as more people seek out natural and minimally processed foods.

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