B.farm and IMA announce partnership for organic roasting

A few months after the opening of the new b.house spaces, which were renovated to offer a truly holistic coffee experience, the b.farm microroastery is now certified to roast organic coffee.

B.house is also the production site of all of b.farm’s specialty coffees, now certified organic, thanks to a new, dedicated production line which integrates the technology of IMA Coffee Petroncini Specialty Roasters. This technology guarantees a very high quality product, excellent safety standards, as well as a total replicability of the roasting curves and pre-set parameters. This results in a high standard of accuracy across all processes from the storage of the raw material, passing through the roasting phase, and to the subsequent packaging of coffee bags which are destined both for their in-house shop and to be sold by third parties.

“In the company, but even more when it comes to the organic production cycle, there are no semi-finished products ” says Samuele Bonacchi, the company’s master roaster. “Everything is manufactured on request, thus demanding even greater attention to detail in our work. This helped us to make our way of working even more efficient and further raise the quality bar of the finished product.”

“We have always supported quality roasting and technology as a means not only for processing, but also for enhancing our coffee,” said Nicola Panzani, CEO of IMA Coffee Petroncini. “For us it is a source of pride to have partnered with b.house and assisted them in obtaining this important certification.”

In addition to coffee production, b.house is also home to in-depth and advanced courses on the entire coffee supply chain, available to operators and companies. Continuous training and the sharing of knowledge are fundamental to b.farm’s company values, which are also embraced and supported by IMA.

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