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solubles

liquid containing soluble and very fine suspended particles in water or solvent. Mostly by-products of fermentation for the manufacture of alcohol. A good dietary protein supplement.
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Like Germany, Spain manufactures a lot of soluble coffee, but prefers to drink R & G, giving other EU members and consuming countries the benefit from its soluble coffee production, which rang up a value of 181 million Euros in 2005.
Neighboring Portugal is a significant importer, receiving 69% of its entire soluble coffee imports from Spain in 2005, with the remainder being sourced from France.
we solicited the comments of two soluble coffee veterans to get their take on the current status of the soluble market from their perspective.
Based in the Netherlands, Vaessen begins by discussing the overall picture of the soluble market in Europe, "The picture within Europe is mixed.
Ellen Jordan Reidy, president of AMFOTEK, thinks the increase in consumption of the soluble coffee product category is "attributable to its use as a constituent ingredient of other products (cappuccino, granitas, etc.
Since one ingredient in the dry mix is instant coffee, its growing popularity cannot help but drive up the overall consumption of soluble coffee.
Within the soluble segment, home consumption takes a full 80% of sales, as opposed to the roasted coffee segment, where home sales average not more than 55%.
In Spain, SEDA-made soluble coffee is thus second in tonnage only to that produced by Nestle.
Soluble coffee runs in the bloodline of Susanna Arosemena's family.
There has been a power shift in the industry away from the cooperatives toward the soluble industry," said Arosemena.
However, Colton's method delivers the full 30% of coffee flavor solubles known to be possible.
Colton believes that this is the "Best of Both Worlds": a substantial cost reduction through a higher yield of solubles and a considerable flavor-quality improvement ("Coffier" soluble coffee).