Coffee is the fruit of a coffee bean tree Coffea arabica L. Cultivation of the coffee seed originated in Ethiopia, nearly 850 C.E. The farming of the coffee plant then spread to the rest of Arabia, where it was first mentioned in writing around 900 C.E. . Although coffee is enjoyed internationally, its trees require very specific growing conditions that occur in a few areas of the world.
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Green coffee bean extract is a light to dark yellowish brown hygroscopic powder, rich in several polyphenols called hydroxycinnamic acids, of which the two prominent acids are chlorogenic and caffeic acids. Green coffee bean extract is sometimes standardized to more than 50% chlorogenic acid.
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