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Cocoa agroforestry is less resilient to drought than cocoa in full sun

A new study based on detailed field measurements in West Africa shows cocoa agroforestry to be less drought resilient than...

Call for Paper: “The quality of coffee: a never ending research” conference

Researchers, students and experts in coffee-related disciplines can present their studies at the international conference ...

Higher coffee consumption associated with lower risk of death, says study

BARCELONA, Spain – Higher coffee consumption is associated with a lower risk of death, according to research presented tod...

BioNovelus part of the conversation about the future of coffee growing

PHOENIX, U.S. – The Latin American Symposium on Coffee Production which just concluded in Honduras focused on technologica...

Here is why your morning coffee can be messing with your taste buds

According to a new research published in the Journal of Food Science, your morning coffee can temporarily weaken your tast...

New research reveals intense competition in the UK coffee business

LONDON, UK – New research from global information company The NPD Group reveals intense competition for the coffee busines...

Ethiopian Government to establish a Coffee & Tea Research Institute

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia – Following an order from the Office of the Prime Minister, the Ethiopian Coffee & Tea Development & Marketing Authority has finalised a first draft regulation to establish a Coffee & Tea Research Institute, which will mainly conduct research to boost coffee production.

Research reveals the power of coffee to make an unforgettable impression

AMSTERDAM, Netherlands – Businesses are being urged to take a fresh look at their coffee offer to delight their customers and improve the customer experience, after new research, commissioned by Jacobs Douwe Egberts (JDE) Professional, that reveals 72% of consumers expect to be served a hot beverage when making ...

New report reveals how ‘hyper-convenience’ is driving a coffee ‘revolution’

LONDON – New research has found that when it comes to coffee, convenience is king, with 53% of UK consumers regularly buying coffee from supermarkets, 23% from forecourts and 19% from convenience stores. The survey by One Poll, in collaboration with Nestlé Professional, confirms that our ‘24/7 culture’ is driving a ‘revolution’ ...

Chocolate may improve cognitive function within hours, says review

MILAN – Need an excuse to raid that chocolate stash? A new review may provide just that. Researchers have found that cocoa flavanols could boost cognitive function within just a few hours of consumption. Additionally, researchers found that regular, long-term intake of cocoa flavanols may protect against cognitive decline.