Thanks @Monsta_AU for setting up a new chain. I have modified the amounts I am roasting and selling. As coffee beans contain a fair amount of moisture in them when they are green, the roasted weights are of course going to be less. Once roasted, the beans are fast-cooled to ambient temperature, then placed in foil bags to breathe for several days. The initial CO2 that they exhale is squeezed out of the bags through a one-way valve in the bag itself. After 4-5 days, I take them into work and transfer them into proper coffee bags, and vacuum seal them for transport via Auspost. In transit they will keep exhaling, but as it is not oxygen, the beans will stay very fresh. I will be selling in lots of 400g, at $15.00 per lot. Shipping will be $9.25, or $13 for 2 lots. So, I will be offering Organic, Single Origin roasted beans in very limited quantities per roast. Mostly it is because I am buying a few kilos only of each type at a time. I will offer them, and if no takers, I will use them myself after about 2 weeks. Recently roasted and sold on the wife's Facebook page, were Honduran and Papua New Guinea dark roasts. Next up to the plate (Sunday) will be Brazil and Ethiopia. Yes, I finally found Ethiopian Organic.