Someone said to store coffee jar in the refrigerator . how long should it be kept there ?!

Question: Someone said to store coffee jar in the refrigerator !. how long should it be kept there !?
does it improve the quality of coffee in anyway !? i have one more jar should i keep it inside too !. thanks for all the answersWww@FoodAQ@Com

yes u kept cofee jar in referigerater till coffe jar is empty , to keeping cofee in referegrater cofee is in good condition and there is no fungus are worms in itWww@FoodAQ@Com

There are popular misconceptions on the way roasted coffee should be stored and maintained!. The enemies of roasted coffee are moisture, air, light, and heat!. Storing your coffee away from them will keep it fresher longer!. Therefore, an airtight container stored in a cool, dry, dark place is the best environment for your coffee!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Roasted coffee begins to lose its flavor right after roasting!. The flavor loss can be delayed by storing it in closed containers in a cool place like a refrigerator or even a freezer!. Roasted coffee does not get better with age, it deteriorates!.

I suggest buying beans directly from the roaster for delivery each month!. Grind them and brew them fresh every day!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Keep it in a air-tight container in a dark cabinet away from heat(like near the stove)!. The problem with refrigerating or freezing is the constant change in temp from taking it in and out to use messes with the flavor!. Try not to buy too much at once and it will be fine in the cabinet for a few weeks!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

no, it is not a good way to keep coffee, it affects the oils in the coffee beans or grind!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

No coffee would go bad !.It would degrade after only 3 hours in cold 40 degree temps!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

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