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EU – New energy efficiency rules for coffee machines in play

MILAN – A whole series of new energy efficiency measures governing household appliances ranging from smart televisions to ...

National Coffee Association statement on Wednesday’s Prop. 65 Ruling

NEW YORK, U.S. — Wednesday’s ruling in a long-standing legal case concerning coffee companies and California’s Prop. 65 ha...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Kraft Heinz’s purchase of Cerebos will not include fresh coffee business

Kraft Heinz’s acquisition of the food and instant coffee business of Cerebos Gregg's has been conditionally approved by th...

Costa Rican government to scrap a 30-year ban on Robusta growing

MILAN – Costa Rica is ready to lift a 30-year ban on growing Robusta coffee, official sources confirmed on Friday. The Min...

Drinking coffee on planes is safe. Outdated information is the real threat

After a day of breathing dry, re-circulated air in the airport and on the plane, a cool glass of water or a comforting cup...

EU bans ornamental coffee plants from Costa Rica and Honduras

The phytosanitary measures implemented by the European Union have been in force since May and aim to prevent the entry of ...