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Drinking may prevent age-related blindness

Lots of people are gradually losing their sight from age-related macular degeneration (AMD), the most common cause of blin...

Climate change could hurt coffee, help banana production

Nepal’s coffee growing areas are expected to decline by 2050 because of climate change but banana cultivation could flouri...

At-home craft coffee brewing embraced by young urban consumers

PORT WASHINGTON, NY, U.S. – Millennials are at the center of the niche segment of consumers embracing craft coffee brewing...

Comunicaffè International doesn’t close for holiday

The sending of our daily newsletter will resume on Tuesday 6th September 2016. However, our newsdesk will not close for holidays and the portal comunicaffe.com will be constantly updated.

Survey debunks popular beliefs on food habits

Which products make the Chinese salivate? What makes Qataris, Malaysians or Spaniards buy one food product and not another...

Coffee drinking tied to lower risk of suicide

Researchers link caffeine’s impact on brain chemicals as playing key role

Hot Coffee up-surging consumption to outpace the demand for hot beverages market in East Europe

Ken Research announced its latest publication on, “Hot Coffee Consumption Volume and Growth Forecast to 2021-East Europe”,...

Investigating the true costs of sustainable coffee production

Fair-trade certification gives consumers peace of mind that the products they are buying meet certain standards of fairness for the workers and growers ...

No proof drinking coffee causes cancer

The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), part of the World Health Organization, said on Wednesday that coffee cannot be classified as a carcinogen, based on a review of more than ...

Does coffee cause cancer? Verdict comes today

The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) is announcing today the results of an evaluation of coffee, maté and very hot beverages and their carcinogenicity ...