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Coffee Association of Canada: a webinar on the future of coffee industry

CANADA - Interested in a lunch and learn that will open your mind to new innovations and discoveries that could change the...

Study provides first-ever molecular views of an olfactory receptor at work

NEW YORK CITY, New York, US - All senses must reckon with the richness of the world, but nothing matches the challenge fac...

The average price per bag of freshly roasted coffee in the US is $16.90, shows study

NEW YORK, US – MyFriendsCoffee's new U.S. coffee roaster study shows that the average price of a bag of freshly roasted co...

NPD Group’s experts outline two eras of out-of-home in Europe, before and after the pandemic

RIMINI, Italy – Jochen Pinsker, Senior Vice President, Foodservice Europe of NPD Group, outlines, in a talk with Matteo Fi...

Fungus that eats fungus could help coffee farmers, shows new Swedish study led in Ethiopia

STOCKHOLM, Sweden – Coffee rust is a parasitic fungus and a big problem for coffee growers around the world. A study in th...

Conventional coffee may be more beneficial to health than organic, shows German study

BREMEN, Germany – They help lowering the blood sugar level, reduce the risk of diabetes and have a positive effect on the ...

Over 80% of Canadians worry that their favourite local businesses will disappear

TORONTO, Canada - Four in five Canadians are worried their favourite local businesses may close down as a result of the pa...

Scientists use chemistry to explain the peculiarities of cold and hot-brew coffee

MILAN – Cold brew may be the hottest trend in coffee-making, but not a lot is known about how this process alters the drin...

All coffee operators believe sustainability is a key issue, says research

MILAN – According to independent research by BRITA Professional, the water filtration company, almost all coffee operators...

Indian GenZ still prefers tea over coffee, but consumption paradigms are shifting

MUMBAI, India – Coffee is gaining ground among the youngest generation (GenZ) in India: a quarter (25%) of respondents in ...