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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...

Caffeine does not influence stingless bees, says Germany study

MAINZ, Germany – The western honey bee (Apis mellifera) that has a sting for use in defense is common in Western Europe; s...

Student Benguet State University builds lure trap for coffee berry borers

LA TRINIDAD, The Philippines – For his undergraduate thesis, Jimmer John Bisaya, who was then majoring in Entomology at Be...

From bean to cup, Prof Chahan Yeretzian unveils the secrets of coffee roasting

MILAN – The following article is an edited transcript of a lecture on coffee roasting held by Dr. Chahan Yeretzian, Profes...

Study alleges a paper cup used for coffee has the lowest carbon footprint

ESPOO, Finland – Huhtamaki participated in a life-cycle analysis study that surveyed the full carbon footprint of differen...

Coffee not as bad for heart and circulatory system as previously thought

LONDON, UK – Drinking coffee might keep us up at night, but new research has given us a reason to sleep easy knowing that ...

Caffeinated or not, coffee is linked with lower risk of early death

MILAN — People who drink up to eight cups of coffee per day may slightly lower their risk of early death compared with non...