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Louisiana Blend Coffee, Ground (Case of Four 12 ounce Valve Bags)
 

Louisiana Blend Coffee, Ground (Case of Four 12 ounce Valve Bags)

$40.80  $36.72

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Mexican SHG "La Laja Estate" Coffee, Whole Bean (Case of Four 12 ounce Valve Bags)
 

Mexican SHG "La Laja Estate" Coffee, Whole Bean (Case of Four 12 ounce Valve Bags)

$40.50  $36.45

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Mexican SHG "La Laja Estate" Coffee, Ground (Case of Four 12 ounce Valve Bags)
 

Mexican SHG "La Laja Estate" Coffee, Ground (Case of Four 12 ounce Valve Bags)

$40.50  $36.45

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Merry Mocha Mint Decaffeinated Coffee, Ground (Case of Four 12 ounce Valve Bags)
 

Merry Mocha Mint Decaffeinated Coffee, Ground (Case of Four 12 ounce Valve Bags)

$50.10  $45.09

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Merry Mocha Mint Coffee, Ground (Case of Four 12 ounce Valve Bags)
 

Merry Mocha Mint Coffee, Ground (Case of Four 12 ounce Valve Bags)

$45.00  $40.50

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Mocha Java Harrar Coffee, Whole Bean (Case of Four 12 ounce Valve Bags)
 

Mocha Java Harrar Coffee, Whole Bean (Case of Four 12 ounce Valve Bags)

$57.30  $51.57

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Mocha Java Harrar Coffee, Ground (Case of Four 12 ounce Valve Bags)
 

Mocha Java Harrar Coffee, Ground (Case of Four 12 ounce Valve Bags)

$57.30  $51.57

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Mudslide Coffee, Whole Bean (Case of Four 12 ounce Valve Bags)
 

Mudslide Coffee, Whole Bean (Case of Four 12 ounce Valve Bags)

$45.00  $40.50

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Mudslide Coffee, Ground (Case of Four 12 ounce Valve Bags)
 

Mudslide Coffee, Ground (Case of Four 12 ounce Valve Bags)

$45.00  $40.50

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Mudslide Decaffeinated Coffee, Whole Bean (Case of Four 12 ounce Valve Bags)
 

Mudslide Decaffeinated Coffee, Whole Bean (Case of Four 12 ounce Valve Bags)

$50.10  $45.09

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Mudslide Decaffeinated Coffee, Ground (Case of Four 12 ounce Valve Bags)
 

Mudslide Decaffeinated Coffee, Ground (Case of Four 12 ounce Valve Bags)

$50.10  $45.09

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Winter Frost Coffee, Ground (5 Pound Bag)
 

Winter Frost Coffee, Ground (5 Pound Bag)

$65.00  $58.50

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I can spend all day telling you how to care for your coffee, but wouldn't you rather hear it from the experts at the National Coffee Association? I'm sure they won't mind if I quote them a bit; their information carries a lot of weight:

According to the National Coffee Association:
Storage is integral to maintaining your coffee's freshness and flavor. It is important to keep it away from excessive air, moisture, heat, and light -- in that order -- in order to preserve its fresh-roast flavor as long as possible. Coffee beans are decorative and beautiful to look at but you will compromise the taste of your coffee if you store your beans in ornamental, glass canisters on your kitchen countertop. Doing so will cause them to become stale and your coffee will quickly lose its fresh flavor.

It is important not to refrigerate or freeze your daily supply of coffee because contact with moisture will cause it to deteriorate. Instead, store coffee in air-tight glass or ceramic containers and keep it in a convenient, but dark and cool, location. Remember that a cabinet near the oven is often too warm, as is a cabinet on an outside wall of your kitchen if it receives heat from a strong afternoon or summer sun.

It is wise to purchase coffee in amounts proportionate to how quickly it will used. Coffee begins to lose its freshness almost immediately after roasting so it is far better to purchase it in smaller quantities. Purchase freshly roasted coffee frequently and buy only what you will use in the next 1 or 2 weeks. And because exposure to air is your coffee's worst enemy, it is a good idea to divide your coffee supply into several smaller portions, keeping the larger, unused portion in an air-tight container.

If you've purchased a large quantity of coffee that you will not use immediately, small portions, wrapped in airtight bags, can be stored for up to a month in the freezer. Once you have removed them from the freezer, however, do not return them. Instead, move them to an air-tight container and store in a cool, dry place.

By the way, their website is a great fun read and wealth of information about coffee facts and statistics.