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Coffee is an evergreen tropical tree and coffee beans are its seeds. A ripe coffee berry usually contains two seeds. There are two commercial varieties of coffee, Coffea arabica (arabica) and Coffea canephora (robusta), which differ from each other not only in flavour but also to some extent in their composition.
In Finland, mostly arabica coffee is used. There are many kinds of coffee drinks available, and the composition of these depends on such factors as the quantity of ground coffee, the brewing method, the quality of the water used, and the other ingredients used in the coffee.
Source: Paulig Group
(The main photo by Mike Kenneally)
A cup of black coffee (1.25 dl) contains practically no fat, carbohydrates or protein, so its energy content is only 1–2 kcal Coffee contains many minerals and vitamins, particularly potassium, magnesium and nicotinic acid If milk, sugar or sweetener is added to coffee, it will affect its energy and nutritional content.
|Micronutrient||per 100 ml (1 dl)||per cup of coffee (1,25 dl)|
|Sodium||very little||very little|
|Potassium||92 mg||115 mg|
|Magnesium||8 mg||10 mg|
|Manganese||0,05 mg||0,06 mg|
|Riboflavin||0,01 mg||0,01 mg|
|Niacin||0,7 mg||0,9 mg|
The table above shows the mineral and vitamin concentrations in 100 ml or 1 dl of medium-strength coffee. A cup of coffee is 125 ml or 1.25 dl.
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