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Instant coffee, soluble coffee

A soluble café is a coffee that can be directly dissolved in hot water and which is in the form of granules or powder. This type of coffee is particularly convenient to make coffee quickly, but can not be used in coffee.

Definition of instant coffee or soluble coffee

Instant coffee, also called soluble coffee or freeze-dried coffee , is one derived from the grain of ground coffee drink. Instant coffee is prepared bylyophilization or atomization, and must be rehydrated for consumption.

Advantages of instant coffee are speed of preparation (add enough hot water), volume and smaller in terms of transport coffee beans for the same weight volume of brewed coffee and a longer shelf life under normal conditions.

The use of soluble coffee

Global consumption of soluble coffee is growing up fairly significantly after several years of stagnation, from 21.4 million bags in 1999 to 29.9 million bags in 2000.

In 2009, 72% of the soluble coffee consumed in importing countries was transformed into soluble coffee in these countries, against 83% in 2000.

The share in instant coffee demand in Germany increased from 6.2% to 7.5% between 1998 and 2005, falling to 4.2% in 2009.

The UK instant coffee accounts for about 80% of all coffees consumed.

The Philippines and Thailand, instant coffee represents 95% of coffee consumption.

Brazil's largest exporter of soluble coffee, consumption of instant coffee represents about 5% of the total coffee consumption.

In India most of the soluble coffee is also exported although it represents nearly 35% of local consumption. Consumption in Mexico is about instant coffee 60%.

Brands of instant coffee, soluble coffee

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