There are many reasons to like cafedirect coffee beans - these coffee beans are 100% organic and are traded in compliance with fair trade standards.
These peru machu picchu coffee beans are rich and smooth with overtones of fine, dark chocolate.
Cafedirect machu picchu coffee originates from Peru, Huadquiña co-operative and is suitable for most allergies.
You can find fair trade coffee beans online at FAMILYDELi - ready to deliver all over UK.
- 100% Certified Organic
- Strength: 4
- Re-closable packaging
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Typical Values Per 100G/ML
Energy - 8.00kJ / 2.00kCal
Fat - <0.5 g
(of which) Saturates - <0.1 g
Carbohydrate - 0.2 g
(of which) Sugars - <0.5 g
Fibre - <0.5 g
Protein - <0.5 g
Salt - <0.01 g
100% Organic Arabica Coffee beans (100% Organic, Bourbon, Typica, Caturra)
may contain traces of gluten (<20ppm)
We regularly check the ingredients on every single product we stock and feature in our online deli. We take no responsibility if the producer/supplier unexpectedly changes the ingredients in their product/s. It is the customer's responsibility to always read the product's labelling, warnings and directions before consuming. We do not accept any responsibility that may arise due to errors or mistakes from our part or food producer/supplier.
Nothing beats the taste of freshly ground coffee, so only grind as much coffee as you need. Depending on how finely you grind it, this coffee will be suitable for cafetières, filter machines or jugs. Simply follow the instructions for your coffee grinder.
Store in a cool, dry place. Use it within 2 weeks of opening.
Packaging - Poly treated PET/PE, Widely Recyclable.
About the Brand
Cafedirect fair trade are based in UK and are the UK's first B Corp Certified Coffee company. Café Direct are also the UK's first and largest Fairtrade hot drinks brand. They reinvest up to 50% of their profits into the grower communities they buy from. And with at least a third of their sales certified as Soil Association Organic, they'd like to think they're doing their bit for the planet as well!
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