At the Coffee Research Institute, we have a vast array
of literature resources available for in-depth research.
We can help you with any questions about coffee ranging
from chemistry to agriculture. Our basic plans revolve around
performing literature searches on research articles written
about coffee in primary scientific journals and the more
obscure coffee journals that are often difficult to get
in the United States. More detailed analysis and recommendations
can also be performed, where we build upon the literature
search by recommending better experimental methods that
will save you time and money.
We charge $30 per hour of research performed. This is significantly
less expensive than our competitors, but with our efficient
searching capabilities we can keep our prices low. A typical
one to two hour quick look into the literature will often
yield most of the basic answers you seek. Therefore, we
recommend beginning at this level. If you are happy with
the progress and seek additional information and analysis
we would be happy to continue our search. All of our services
are guaranteed. If we return no or very few answers, you
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