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Company’s Coffee Delivers Fiber Along With The Caffeine

May 4, 2012: 11:00 AM EST
A Connecticut coffee company is making it a little easier for people to get some fiber for breakfast, even if they don’t eat toast, cereal or fruit. Brioni’s Healthy Morning coffee delivers  four grams of fiber in every 12-oz. cup. According to company management, the fiber in the coffee – which is available in light, medium or dark roast, hazelnut and decaf – is a prebiotic that provides nutrition to the healthy bacteria in the human digestive system. The fiber comes from endive roots blended with inulin derived from chicory. Their proprietary – and very secret – blending and roasting process results in a coffee that has “a slippery, creamy texture with a slight velvety mouthful."
Anne M. Hamilton, "Local Firm Adds A New Twist To Coffee: Fiber", The Hartford (Conn.) Courant, May 04, 2012, © Tribune Company
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