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Coffee Enterprise launches food safety & chemical analysis capabilities

HINESBURG, Vermont, U.S. – The US Food & Drug Administration Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) changes food safety ...
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European Food Safety Authority assesses safety of green tea catechins

EFSA (European Food Safety Authority) has assessed the safety of green tea catechins from dietary sources, following conce...

John Kerry and Howard Schultz to headline the 4th edition of Seeds&Chips

MILAN, Italy — Former Secretary of State John Kerry and Starbucks Executive Chairman Howard Schultz have been announced as...

Drinking coffee is safe for many with abnormal heart rhythms, says research

MILAN – For most heart patients, coffee and tea are safe and may sometimes reduce the frequency of arrhythmias, Australian...

Bca response to the California lawsuit ruling on coffee and cancer labelling

The British Coffee Association (Bca) does not support the decision reached in the court ruling in California. The Council ...

Keurig to partner with personal wellness and beverage innovator LifeFuels

WATERBURY, Vt. & RESTON, Va., U.S. — Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. (Keurig), scheduled to be merged into Keurig Dr Peppe...

Clean Label Project finds undetectable levels of acrylamide in brewed coffee

DENVER, CO, U.S. — The decision from a California superior court judge that may result in cancer warnings on coffee in the...

Despite LA judge’s ruling, scientists insist that coffee is cancer protective

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A Los Angeles County Superior Judge has ruled that all coffee shops and sellers in the state of Califor...

Coffee sold in California will be required to have cancer warning, judge rules

MILAN – A Los Angeles judge has ruled that California law requires coffee companies to carry an ominous cancer warning lab...

Three cups of java a day may lower risk of clogged arteries, study suggests

Drinking more than three cups of java every day may lower their risk for clogged arteries, a new Brazilian study suggests....