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Business Review USA

February 18, 2011 12:38 ET

President Karl Schmidt of Probat-Burns Discusses Taking Coffee From "Green to Ground" With Business Review USA

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - February 18, 2011) -  In an interview with Business Review USA, Karl Schmidt, President and Launtia Taylor, V.P. of Corporate Communications for Probat-Burns discuss the logistics of their company and how they are taking coffee from "green to ground."

The Company believes that roasting coffee should be a green process. "We are providing very advanced technologies for utilizing clean energy to process coffee," says Schmidt in the article. "That includes a variety of environmentally controlled equipment such as thermal afterburners, which is basically the lowest technology, followed by catalytic oxidizers, and then by regenerative thermal oxidation, and then flameless regenerative thermal oxidation, which basically reduces the development of CO2 and pollutants."

"We are the market leaders and technology and innovation is what we focus on to make sure that we are in step with what is happening within the industry. We basically set the standard in the industry," says Taylor.

Read the full article here.

About Probat-Burns

In 1864, Probat-Burns was founded by three families in Germany. At that time in history, coffee traders were shipping the coffee and they were receiving the coffee, but what they needed was the engineer to build the coffee roaster. The Company decided to find the engineer to build it and from there the three families advanced as one group with one goal. That is the way Probat-Burns was founded by inventing and manufacturing the coffee roaster, which is also used for cocoa, and in addition to all the other natural products such as almonds, pistachios and peanuts, but the main focus was on coffee.

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