“Viewpoint” With Dennis Quaid Coffee Experts Discuss Using All-Natural and Organic Processes in Coffee Farming

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The upcoming episode will discuss how natural processes provide for a potentially better consumer product.

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With over half of the adults in the United States regularly drinking coffee, a healthier option is necessary.

Dennis Quaid, formerly known as the dad in “The Parent Trap (1998),” is now also hosting the educational television show “Viewpoint” with Dennis Quaid. The program interviews industry professionals about a myriad of topics to bring attention to events and issues that are impacting individuals around the world. Coming to the show is a new episode featuring coffee experts disclosing the steps behind making organic coffee.

Organic food and beverage alternatives are trending as a result of customers paying closer attention to the foods they consume daily. Coffee continues to be one of the world’s most popular beverages, and the preference for an organic option is growing amongst coffee drinkers.

From start to finish, organic coffee making uses no chemicals or artificial substances in the process of growing, harvesting, drying, and roasting the beans. The sun does the work during the drying step, drying out the beans naturally after harvesting. The roasting process is a little more complicated and varies depending on the coffee type, but is not too far different from the other steps in organic coffee farming in that no toxic substances are in this final step.

Numerous studies show how chemicals added to foods are harmful to both humans and the environment. With over half of the adults in the United States regularly drinking coffee, a healthier option is necessary. Further details about the processes utilized in making organic coffee will be available in the new episode.

“Viewpoint” with Dennis Quaid is carefully reviewed before broadcast. The informational TV segment has received multiple awards.

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