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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 ...

Damages to Puerto Rican coffee farms from Hurricane Maria varied, says study

ANN ARBOR, U.S. — University of Michigan ecologists Ivette Perfecto and John Vandermeer have studied Latin American coffee...

Survey shows how crucial it is for Americans to live near their favorite coffee shop

IRVINE, Calif., U.S. — Americans say buying a home near their favorite coffee shop is more important than buying a home ne...

Rise in coffee consumption might help in fight against colon cancer

DALLAS, U.S. — A report that Americans are drinking a lot of coffee might be good news in the battle against colon cancer,...

British consumers are creatures of habit when choosing coffee shops

LONDON, Uk – New findings from global information company The NPD Group suggest consumers eating out on Britain’s high str...

Peter Schiebele. A talk about the chemical of Coffee. Science speaks to coffee consumers

CAMERINO - “The Quality of Coffee: a never-ending research” at the university on Thursday 30 November and Friday 1 December 2017 hosted form the many experts also Peter Schiebele. The Professor talked to us about the chemistry of coffee.