American startup Atomo will begin selling bean-free coffee. The creators of the product justify its appearance by protecting nature and reducing the rate of deforestation. Reuters reports this.
It is argued that global warming is having a major impact on coffee production, as coffee farms are forced to move forward by cutting down forests in search of climates conducive to growing coffee.
It is noted that Atomo coffee, ideally, will emit 93 percent less carbon and use 94 percent less water. This coffee, which can be brewed in hot water, is made from food waste, including date pits.
Earlier, the head of the Japanese brewing company Asahi, Atsushi Katsuki, during a conversation with the Financial Times, said that climate change can provoke a shortage of beer in the next 30 years. Read more about this in material Public News Service.
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