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Coffee and smoke breaks are not part of working hours, a Spanish Court rules

MILAN – Companies in Spain do not not have to pay workers for coffee and cigarette breaks, a Spanish court has ruled enrag...

Efsa gives go-ahead for coffee leaf tea as traditional food from third country

MILAN – The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) – based in Parma, Italy – has given the go-ahead to a notification to pl...

Coca-Cola and Monster Beverage announce decision by arbitration panel

ATLANTA & CORONA, Calif., U.S. – An arbitration tribunal of the American Arbitration Association has informed The Coca...

Here is how coffee products were exempted from Proposition 65 warnings

MILAN – California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) approved a new regulation exempting coffee f...

Impact of rise in Vat still to be assessed in the Irish coffee shop market

DUBLIN, Ireland – The Irish restaurant and tourism industry entered the New Year with the threat of Brexit looming and the...

Lawsuit over coffee warning labels named most ridiculous of 2018

WASHINGTON, U.S. — A lawsuit targeting California coffee houses for not including warning labels on their products tops th...

Cadbury owner Mondelēz is stockpiling chocolate in case of no deal Brexit

Mondelēz International, the owner of the Cadbury brand, is reportedly stockpiling ingredients, chocolates and biscuits as ...

Colombia announces new scheme to help struggling coffee farmers

BOGOTA, Colombia – Colombia has announced an extraordinary scheme to bring relief to the coffee sector and help struggling...

NAMA encourages members to file comments on Prop 65 changes

CHICAGO, U.S. — Robert Donohue, Canteen Corporation and Chair of CAVC’s Government Affairs committee, joined Sandy Larson,...

Ugandan government exhorted to support coffee businesses through e-commerce

Ever since Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA) signed up on the Uganda Electronic Single Window (UESW) platform las...