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Topic: A sad day in coffee history (18 lines)
1) From: Dave Huddle
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In 1938, Nescafé instant coffee was comercially introduced in
Switzerland by the Nestlé company, as it assists the Brazilian
government in solving its coffee surplus problem. In 1881, Dr. Satori
Kato of Japan presented the first instant coffee during the
Pan-American World Fair. It was patented in 1903 in the U.S. Nestlé
improved the production process. Instant coffee is made with a blend
of beans, mixed in a blending drum, roasted and ground, then brewed in
huge percolators, sprayed into a heated stainless steel dryer to
remove all water, and the coffee is packed as small granules.
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