Do know how caffeine extraction process works?

Coffee is the main source of caffeine in our daily consumption. Here are the studies showing the caffeine content of green coffee beans. It varies according to the species: C. arabica contains about 1.0–1.2 % and C. canephora (robusta) about 1.6–2 %.

The history behind Caffeine Extraction

Methylene chloride was first used for the extraction of caffeine until the mid-1970s. However, subsequently, doubts have arisen about its risk to humans, due to the high toxicity in methylene chloride.

Caffeine Extraction Market

According to Grandview Market Research, the global caffeinated beverage market size was valued at USD 202.63 billion in 2018. The market is estimated to expand at a CAGR of 6.81% from 2019 to 2025. Rising awareness about the health benefits of caffeine drinks, such as increased metabolism and strength, will boost the product demand, thereby augmenting the market growth.

Supercritical Fluid Extraction or CO2 Extraction Process

Then Supercritical Fluid Extraction was introduced. It has proven to be the best selective process for removing just caffeine and not the other flavor.

Wrapping up

The increasing demand for the drug in pharmaceutical and oil or other essential extraction in processing industries are the major factors fueling the growth for the Supercritical Co2 Fluid Extraction Plant market, according to research, Global Supercritical Co2 Fluid Extraction Plant market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 6.7% between 2017–2021.

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