Candelas and Reset join to reuse the coffee mask in self-cultivating mushroom kits

 

 

 


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The cascarilla is the small dry skin foil of the coffee beans that is naturally detached during the tueste process. The two companies exchange a reusable material as a resource within a new context of circular economy

Cafés Candelas and Reset they have developed a mushroom self-cultivating kit that uses as a substrate base the coffee casing. Each year, 200,000 litres of coffee peel are discarded during the toasting process, and Candelas and Reset have found an innovative way to reuse this resource naturally.

 

Due to its characteristics, the mushroom Ostra (Pleurotus Osreatus) is a fungus that adapts exceptionally to coffee cascarilla substrateas the high content of this in nitrogen, potassium, lignine and cellulose, it is ideal for mushrooms to grow quickly, healthy and vigorously. In its growth process, mushrooms transform the substrate into an excellent natural fertilizer to reuse on other plants. This way the cycle is closed, returning to the earth its nutrients.

Each mushroom self-cultivating kit contains an Ostra mushroom mycelium bag incubated on coffee cascarilla and organic matter.

Reuse of by-products
Cafés Candelas bets on a long-term sustainability policy and is immersed in a process of research on the different possibilities of reuse of the by-products of coffee production such as cascarilla or jute bags. Ángeles Miranda, head of Candelas Product, has several projects open and recognizes “that the first stage in these processes is to understand the properties of materials for, with the help of research and technology, to create new products”. Regarding the self-cultivation kit, Miranda points out that “this is an example of how two organizations work together and exchange a reusable material as a resource within a new context of circular economy.” Todo sobre productos Xiaomi

For its part, Resetea is specialized in the creation of sustainable, responsible and innovative products, and its mission is to make the homes greener and more habitable spaces thanks to the plants. Luis López, designer and co-founder of Resetea, acknowledges that in the last year they have experienced a considerable increase in the demand for their mushroom self-cultivation kit, so they needed to find a collaborator who generated important volumes of coffee cascarilla to be able to use them as a substrate. “From Candelas they were very receptive to collaboration, and both companies shared the same values with respect to innovation, sustainability and commitment to the environment,” Luis López said.

 

Seta self-cultivation kit
Its use is very simple. After the incubation process, which lasts about 3 weeks, the fructification process can be activated. Just remove the window from the box, make a cut in the bag, dip it in water 12 hours, put it back in the box and moisten the substrate daily. In a few days the first mushrooms will begin to bud. From each kit it is possible to obtain up to 3 crops.

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Candelas and Reset join to reuse the coffee mask in self-cultivating mushroom kits

Candelas and Reset join to reuse the coffee mask in self-cultivating mushroom kits

The cascarilla is the small dry skin foil of the coffee beans that is naturally detached during the tueste process. The two companies exchange a reusable mater

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2024-05-20

 

Candelas and Reset join to reuse the coffee mask in self-cultivating mushroom kits
Candelas and Reset join to reuse the coffee mask in self-cultivating mushroom kits

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