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Hey Tanya! I don't believe there is much to argue against freezing coffee except that it can only benefit the coffee. Perhaps this is not the case for ground coffee, but I usually leave my whole bean coffee in the freezer when I am not going to use it for awhile. The freezer tends to dehydrate fresh products, and it's the water content that makes most foods spoil or turn rotten. So, for coffee, to be in the freezer it also creates an ideal dry environment for storage. As far as grinding frozen coffee for brewing, I have heard that it creates a more uniform grind when frozen. It also reduces the amount of fines that way!
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