Following indications that soluble coffee being sold in the UK contained non-coffee bean material, the Working Party on Food Authenticity has investigated soluble (instant) coffee sold through retail, catering and vending outlets in the UK. Possible adulterants include coffee plant husks, skins, stems or stalks, added before roasting or other non-coffee bean matter such as maltodextrins which may be added before or after the drying process. This report details the background to the survey, the survey design, its results (15% were considered adulterated) and the follow-up action which has been implemented.
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