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Higher yields, lower water use: public-private partnership in Vietnam

Water use, greenhouse gas emissions and the economic viability of coffee farming are some of the most important issues in ...

Coffee and Green go together, says study

The U.S. cities with the highest concentration of coffee shops are also more likely to be home to businesses that have ado...

Maurizio Giuli explains the evolution of the world market for roasted coffee

MILANO - In this article our intent is to answer to this complicated question: how has evolved the Trade of Roasted coffee wordlwide in the 2 decades 1994-2014. In order to better analyse the evolution of the market over this time span, we referred to a study by Maurizio Giuli

Vending & OCS: Eva publishes new european market report

BRUSSELS - The newly published report provides the latest in-depth look into the European vending and Office Coffee Servic...

Apparently the size of your mug is changing how your coffee tastes

Drinking coffee is as much about ritual as it is about waking us up, and generally, you order or make the same cup day in,...

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”,...

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 ...

Clarkson University study demonstrates coffee and cocoa improve focus

POTSDAM, NY, U.S. – Coffee and chocolate are two widely beloved, delicious delicacies. Often thought to be unhealthy, these two flavor powerhouses may in fact have benefits to attention, motivation and energy. Researchers at Clarkson University and the University of Georgia recently completed a year long study about the effects of caffeine and ...

Coffee linked with increased cardiovascular risk in young adults with mild hypertension

LONDON, UK – Coffee drinking is associated with increased risk of cardiovascular events (mainly heart attacks) in young ad...

If your favorite brand is sincere, is innovation what you expect?

EUGENE, Ore. -- April 25, 2016 -- Open the box of that new smartphone. Oops, it feels differently from expectations based ...