- Grains are roasted at a lower temperature and during a longer period of time
- After the roasting process, the ingredients are simply ground to obtain a coffee substitute.
- Roasting of grains Grains are roasted according to a process that is different than that for coffee beans
- That is why coffee substitutes are more easily tolerated by the stomach
- This process, which makes use of hot air and during which the temperature in the core of the product does not exceed 80°C, is not as aggressive and limits the formation of residual matter, polymers produced during the roasting process
Chicory*, Roasted rye*, Roasted Barley*, Acorn*
* biological cultivation
Lima has committed itself to promoting a balanced and vegetarian diet for more than 50 years.
From the traditional Japanese products to the cooked dishes adapted to the demands of modern life, Lima encourages the consumption of healthy food, selected for the complementarity of its ingredients; our products are not only organic, they have always met the precise nutritional requirements embodied in our “Nutritional Guide”.
Lima guarantees compliance with the most demanding standards regarding quality and sustainability thanks to the vigilance of its integrated laboratory Lima Expert.
Lima products are developed with care and with respect for nature and the environment. People have their own needs and through the taste, quality and diversity of our product, we contributed to their equilibrium and their well-being.