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First cherries from Imlvt Project harvested in Huehuetenango, Guatemala

HUEHUETENANGO, Guatemala – When World Coffee Research (WCR) formed in 2012, one of the first initiatives the organization ...

Coffee Museum in Santos investigates Arabic coffee culture in Brazil

SAO PAULO — The history of Arab immigration in Brazil is recorded in many aspects, including food. And within food, there ...

Scientists suggest measures to reduce threat of wild coffee species extinction

MILAN — A new research from the UK’s Royal Botanic Gardens finds that a majority of wild coffee species are now at risk of...

Guittard expands Flavor Labs in Ghana, Ivory Coast and Indonesia

BURLINGAME, Calif., U.S. — Guittard Chocolate Company, as part of its Cultivate Better sustainability platform, has expand...

New global R&D centre for Nestlé opens in Limerick, Ireland

ASKEATON, Ireland – Nestlé opened on January 21 its first Research and Development Centre in Ireland at its existing manuf...

World Coffee Research is hiring Database Manager for Agronomic Research

PORTLAND, U.S. – World Coffee Research (WCR) is an international applied research organization created by the coffee indus...

A world of opportunity for branded coffee shop chains in the Middle East

MILAN — New Allegra research reveals the total Middle East branded coffee shop chain market reached 9,084 outlets in 2018....

University of Surrey academic wins top prize for research into coffee waste

GUILDFORD, UK — A University of Surrey academic has been awarded the prestigious 2018 Newton Prize for ground breaking res...

Here is the scientific reason you can’t go without your morning coffee

MILAN – There’s nothing that can brighten up your morning quite like your morning coffee. Whether you drink it for the buz...

Wild coffee plants and chocolate’s tree are surprisingly poorly protected

CALI, Colombia — Headlines about threatened plant species often focus on hardwood plundered from the Amazon or obscure pla...