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Healthy Coffee Guy - Zero - Toxin Coffee Blend
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Healthy Coffee Guy - Zero - Toxin Coffee Blend

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Zero-Toxin Coffee Blend: 

These certified organic Arabica coffee beans are ethically sourced and grown on small, high-altitude farms in Ethiopia, Uganda and Kenya. The high altitudes yield a dense bean that is packed with flavour, and these are gas-roasted in small 15kg batches to maintain quality control.

This coffee is stored and roasted in a proprietary manner and third-party lab tested for Ochratoxin A and Aflatoxins B1, B2, G1, G2 - to ensure you get none of these toxins in a cup of Healthy Coffee Guy coffee.

Healthy Coffee Guy is the first coffee brand in Africa to offer a product like this.

Why do we need lab-tested coffee?

Mycotoxins are naturally occurring toxins produced by certain moulds in food and crops and they’re prevalent in coffee which unfortunately means they almost always end up in you cup and body. According to a 2019 scientific study*, Africa and Asia have both the worst levels and regulation of these toxins, and some of these are known to be harmful to humans: in coffee these are primarily Aflatoxin B1 and Ochratoxin A.

While this does not make coffee dangerous - it makes it less perfect.



Ethically Sourced, Certified Organic, Lab-Tested, A/AA Quality Coffee


  • Ethiopia
  • Uganda
  • Kenya




Directions for use:


Filter Grind – brew 10-15g of filter ground coffee per 150-250ml of hot water – in a plunger, filter coffee machine or pour-over device.

Whole Beans – grind coffee beans and brew as desired. Filter ground for plunger, filter coffee machine or pour-over. Espresso grind for espresso machine, AeroPress or refillable capsules.  

Servings per bag:


Study reference:

Yuhua Shan (August 21st 2019). The Toxic Effects of Aflatoxin B1: An Update, Aflatoxin B1 Occurrence, Detection and Toxicological Effects, Xi-Dai Long, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.88775. Available from: https://www.intechopen.com/books/aflatoxin-b1-occurrence-detection-and-toxicological-effects/the-toxic-effects-of-aflatoxin-b1-an-update