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Roasted Coffee Bag

  • Company Name : Mcnulty Korea Co.,Ltd. [View Website]
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  • Updated : 2017-08-20
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Roasted Coffee Bag

This roasted coffee bag is convenient to drink. A unique coffee extraction is made possible by using new materials made from a coffee filter which eliminates remaining coffee grounds. There are rectangular and triangular shaped coffee bag products, and the taste and flavor are excellent.

 

Acquired "HACCP" certificate, food safety management certification in all coffee fields.

McNulty coffee acquired HACCP Certificate from the Ministry of Food and Drug. Through the acquisition of the HACCP Certificate, McNulty gained a recognition as a reliable company with a system of sanitary control and we maintain a reliable sanitary manufacturing company environment, and safety in our coffee process for our customers as well.

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Company Name Mcnulty Korea Co.,Ltd.
Address 42, Yeonamnyulgeum-ro, Seonghwan-eup, Seobuk-gu,   Cheonan-si, Chungcheongnam-do   31009
Phone 82-2-332-3226
Fax 82-2-332-1356
Hompage URL http://www.mcnulty.co.kr
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Contact Person SeungA Oh
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