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CEPEA: In 2016, robusta quotes surpass arabica prices for the first time

The sharp price rise of robusta coffee, both in the domestic and the international markets, marked 2016. For the first tim...

COLOMBIA – Study presented at SCAA’s Annual Symposium debunks Caturra vs. Castillo quality misconception

SEATTLE, United States – The results of the study, “Comparing the Quality of Nariño Coffees According to Variety,” were re...

Case Study: Solving a Nationwide Customer’s Need for Sustainable, Better Tasting Coffee

A case study on how we provided a more sustainable and better tasting coffee option to a national client. Client Proble...

Why coca leaf, not coffee, may always be Colombia’s favourite cash crop

SANTIAGO DE CHILE, Chile – Colombia’s current peace process is facing numerous challenges. In a country that has suffered the worst impacts of the international drug war, one main dilemma is this: what to do with rural regions which have specialised in producing coca leaf, the main ingredient in one of the world’s most lucrative products?

Coffee boosts happiness by 13 percent, says survey

MIAMI, U.S. - Coffee drinkers are more likely to be morning people and generally happier with their lives than non-coffee ...

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...

Caffeine Combats Inflammation-Related Heart Disease, research says

STANFORD, CA, U.S. – Coffee lovers can quaff to their heart’s content, according to a new study from Stanford University. That’s because the results suggest that coffee may help prevent heart disease, heart attacks, and strokes. The long-term study of more than 100 adults tracked older people who fell into two groups.

While we are sleeping – High night temperatures affect our morning coffee

While we are sleeping - High night temperatures affect our morning coffee. The first on-the-ground evidence that climate c...

Coffee drinking tied to lower risk of suicide

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

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 ...