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Selling coffee will be completely banned in South Korean schools

No more coffee in South Korean schools. Even Korean teachers will have to say goodbye to their cup of Joe at work. Acco...

Romania’s authorities to check self-serve coffee machines across the country

MILAN – The self-serve coffee machines across Romania will be targeted by a broad control action carried by the National S...

Coffee and tea consumption in relation with non-alcoholic fatty liver

BACKGROUND & AIMS: Diet plays a role in the onset and progression of metabolic disorders, including non-alcoholic fatt...

Major bagel chain aims at millennials with world’s first caffeinated bagels

MILAN – The bagel chain Einstein Bros. released what it’s billing as the “world’s first caffeinated bagel.” Called an Espresso Buzz, it contains 32 milligrams of caffeine. This is only about a third of what you’d find in eight ounces of coffee, according to the USDA. Inspired by millennials’ interest in craft coffee, Kerry Coyne, senior vice president ...

Regular coffee drinkers really do wake up and smell the coffee, says research

PORTSMOUTH, UK — Regular coffee drinkers can sniff out even tiny amounts of coffee and are faster at recognising the aroma...

Global Expo on Tea & Coffee come back to Mumbai for 4th time in a row

The “World Tea & Coffee Expo” is to be held for the 4th time at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon East, Mumbai from T...

Expert reaction to IARC evaluation of the carcinogenicity of coffee, maté and very hot beverages

The World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has issued its latest report which clas...

Costco.com debuts world’s first protein enhanced drip coffee pod

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., U.S. – “CUP-O Protein” which caught the attention of COSTCO.com executive buyers has launched CUP-O PRO...

Danish project to unlock health-promoting ingredients derived from spent coffee grounds

COPENHAGEN, Denmark –The Miljøstyrelsen (Danish Environmental Protection Agency), through their Miljøteknologisk Udvikling...

South Korean government to restrict ads of caffeinated foods and beverages

SEOUL, South Korea — High-caffeine foods and drinks will be restricted from media ads starting in November, the government...