UON-MSC Thesis-Dewatering and Drying Characteristics of Coffee Pulp-

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1991
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University of Nairobi
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At the coffee factories, two different methods of primary processing are used to obtain intermediate products that will subsequently be treated in exactly the same way to provide the coffee beans. These methods are wet processing, which produces parchment coffee and dry processing, which produces dried cherry coffee. While the former involves pulping ripe and fresh coffee berries, the latter is essentially a hulling process of the dry fruits. The various stages of the overall processes are illustrated in figure 1.1
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