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Biologists are fixing the worst thing about coffee

Leanna Garfield* It can be difficult to brew the perfect cup of coffee. Even if the beans are sourced from quality farm...

WHO to study cancer risks from drinking coffee and very hot beverages

MILAN - Following its judgment on the cancer risks of processed and red meats, the World Health Organization is likely to ...

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...

U.S. Millennials spend more on coffee than retirement, says survey

A new survey from Survey Monkey showed that millennials are dropping more money on coffee drinks than they are retirement ...

Italian scientists are using chemistry to fight off counterfeit coffee

You wait in line for your daily cup at your favorite coffee shop, like every morning. But today, something seems wrong with your precious, life-giving cup of joe. As the steam clouds your vision, you notice the ...

Negative IOD continues as tropical Pacific remains ENSO neutral

The tropical Pacific Ocean remains El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) neutral. Negative Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) conditi...

Policy brief details isolated cases of slave labor in Brazil

Catholic Relief Services (CRS) and its partner Repórter Brasil issued a policy brief today that documents slave-like conditions on 15 coffee estates in Brazil...

Coffee: the reason why is tasting different from day to day

Is your French-Colombian Dark Blend coffee tasting a little less dark or more Colombian from one day to the next? Researchers at UC Davis may know why. A university team tested ...

Free lecture to explore Kona’s coffee industry history on Big Island

KAILUA-KONA, U.S. – Kona Historical Society will present the history of Kona coffee and the pioneers who shaped it as part of its free monthly Hanohano `O Kona Lecture Series on Wednesday, June 28, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the West Hawai‘i Civic Center. KHS Curator Mina Elison and Assistant Program Director Gavin Miculka will share stories and ...

Widener University opens Coffee Research Center in Costa Rica

By Jaime Lopez * The lush, coffee-producing landscape of Costa Rica has been a destination for Widener University stude...