Beanless Coffee? Yes It's A Real Thing & It's Sustainable

Beanless coffee?

One company has set out to reverse engineer coffee utilizing upcycled ingredients.

Atomo, the Seattle coffee company making its sustainable brews, has raised $40 million in new funding.

By making beanless coffee the goal is to help stop the effects of climate change on coffee growing regions around the world.

Atomo claims its bean-free brew produces 93% less carbon emissions and requires 94% less water than conventional coffee.

They have two products; Classic Black and Ultra Smooth cold brews brewed from plant-based ingredients and contain the same amount of caffeine as traditional coffee.

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SOURCE: GeekWire

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