The team behind Coffee Flour saw a long-standing problem in need of a solution and invented a process for turning the unvalued coffee cherry pulp cast off in the harvest of coffee beans into nutritious and tasty flour.
Thanks for your nice note! Coffee flour contains less caffeine than brewed coffee. The amount per serving is dependent on the varietal, concentration and particular recipes. More info here: http://coffeeflour.com
As with decaf coffee, I don't think coffee flour can be completely caffeine-free. But you pose a good question and I'll have to see if I can find out more. Love ya!