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The haptic experience can make a big difference to coffee, says a Brazilian study

MILAN – The haptic or touching experience makes a big difference to coffee, with a rough cup leaving a bitter after-taste ...

Caffeine helps protect against the damage of diets high in fat, sugar

CHAMPAIGN, Ill., U.S. — A new study in rats from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign suggests that caffeine may...

Filtered coffee helps prevent type 2 diabetes, shows research in Sweden

GÖTEBORG, Sweden – Coffee can help reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes – but only filtered coffee, rather than b...

A quarter of New Zealanders consume at least 3 coffees a day, reveals survey

MILAN – A new research, looking at the coffee-drinking habits of New Zealanders, has revealed just how much Kiwis crave th...

Arabica coffee: Starmaya, a hybrid variety available in seed form for the first time

MONTPELLIER, France – A team from CIRAD recently proved the possibility of producing Arabica F1 hybrid* seeds in seed gard...

Enveritas Pilots IBM’s AI-powered AgroPad to help coffee farmers

MILAN – A smart, AI-powered paper device the size of a business card dubbed the IBM AgroPad can remotely and quickly analy...

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...

Is coffee acidic? Here is what the science says about roasting and brewing

MILAN – Is coffee acidic? A short review from Healthline tries to establish whether this beverage is acidic and how its ac...

Damages to Puerto Rican coffee farms from Hurricane Maria varied, says study

ANN ARBOR, U.S. — University of Michigan ecologists Ivette Perfecto and John Vandermeer have studied Latin American coffee...

Simonelli Group to develop with Csf largest open research project on espresso

MILAN— The Coffee Science Foundation (CSF) has announced that Italian coffee machine manufacturer Simonelli Group will bec...