Swiss Water Decaffeinated Coffee offers first look at new production facility

Swiss Water Decaffeinated Coffee Inc has offered a first look at its new state-of-the-art production facility in Delta, BC. The all-new, 82,000-square-foot space will allow the company to meet the growing global demand for best-quality, chemical-free decaf.

“Health-conscious coffee consumers and the industry at large are placing more value than ever in clean decaffeination methods, like the Swiss Water Process, that avoid introducing added chemicals,” says Frank Dennis, Swiss Water CEO. “Decaf consumption in the US and Europe, two of the world’s largest coffee-consuming regions, has experienced long-term growth,” says Dennis—with specialty decaf at the forefront.

The new Greater Vancouver Area facility, located at 7750 Beedie Way in Delta, expands Swiss Water’s decaffeination capacity, enabling the company to even better serve the needs of customers. Quality of production will continue to be top priority for the company, it says.

Swiss Water will continue to operate its original decaffeination plant at 3131 Lake City Way in nearby Burnaby.

To view the new facility, click here and watch the video.

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One response to “Swiss Water Decaffeinated Coffee offers first look at new production facility”

  1. kiran shah says:

    what is different between Swiss water decaf technology and Supercritical CO2 Decaf – pros and cons

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