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  • Great product and value
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    These canisters keep our coffee fresh and tasting great as we grind the beans only when we are ready to brew. The canisters come with extra seals so you can switch them out and keep everything fresh. Would absolutely recommend. Fits over a pound of coffee inside easily (would fit close to 1.5#'s per canister I think).

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    Ammee July 6, 2016
  • hold 2 lbs of coffee.
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    keeps coffee very fresh and looks great.

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    isabel10 June 24, 2016
  • Great Storage for fresh ground coffee beans!
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    Keeps your fresh ground beans fresh!

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    Kathy B. May 26, 2016
  • Awesome product!
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    I bought these just to store my ground coffee in, but was wonderfully surprised to find the coffee flavor improved. After grinding our coffee, it use to start to get a bitter taste. No longer. Well worth the purchase price and a must for any coffee drinker.

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    tudorsky1 January 8, 2016
  • Coffee Vault
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    Have been very pleased with this product.

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    vmccolm August 8, 2015
  • Excellent Stainless Steel Coffee Canisters
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    "The patented Freshness Valve is the key to eliminating trapped CO gas. The valve is constructed with a unique filter that allows carbon dioxide gas to pass through without allowing oxygen or other gases back in. This one-way valve removes the trapped gas that breaks down and destroys coffee flavor over time. All coffee is roasted, both whole bean and ground. This roasting process heats the coffee bean and caramelizes the sugars in coffee. It is this roasting process that creates the flavor degrading gas. Coffee is perishable much like fruit, milk or bread -- keeping coffee fresh is very important. Without a freshness valve coffee can not be kept fresh."

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    bigtwist August 20, 2013
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    Linda J. February 10, 2017
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