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Is it better to flush during bag filling, or while the bag is being sealed?

Is it better to flush during bag filling, or while the bag is being sealed? If being sealed is better, is it only marginally better? I heard that because of density of N, it should stay in the bag ...
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opening a new unopened Starbuck's coffee bag

is it possible to open a new Starbucks coffee bag by pulling the flaps apart, I've never been able to do so ? If you know of a way to separate the flaps by any other means without causing a tear in ...
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quality of water for cold brew and packaging

Can i pack cold brew in a high quality PET bottle? Or must it be in a glass bottle? Also, must filtered water always be used for cold brew? Or clean tap water can do the job?
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Why the small hole on coffee packaging? Why not? [duplicate]

I've seen alot of coffee bean packaging which have a hole on the front of them: e.g. While others do not: e.g (Note that there is no hole present on the above packaging) My Question: What is the ...
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What is the clear plastic sticker on New England Coffee bags for?

I got a couple bags of New England Coffee and noticed there is a clear plastic sticker with 9 holes in it on the front of each bag. It seems like there are also small holes in the bag underneath that ...
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Why of the-shelf-coffee packages are aluminum from the inside

Why of-the-shelf coffee packages (available e.g. in supermarkets) are covered with aluminum (or some sort of hard silver a little bit shiny thick foil) from the inside?
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How should I distribute coffee from a small roaster?

I am about to start a coffee roasting business somewhere in the States. For now the game plan is to sell online. What are the most feasible strategies to ship small batches (14 oz)? Is that a good ...
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What is a good packaging when importing green beans to a temperate climate?

Importing green beans matters to bring great quality to the cup. But the beans travel from their native mountains in the Green Belt to various climates. What packaging is best when transporting to a ...