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New study supports coffee and caffeine can reduce kidney stones risk

NEW YORK, US – A new study using genetic data of hundreds of thousands of people suggests that daily coffee and caffeine c...

Coffee Association of Canada: a webinar on the future of coffee industry

CANADA - Interested in a lunch and learn that will open your mind to new innovations and discoveries that could change the...

World Coffee Research has announced closure of its Global Coffee Monitoring Program

PORTLAND, US – Effective September 1st, 2021, World Coffee Research is closing its Global Coffee Monitoring Program, a glo...

Surprising findings about coffee presented at world′s biggest gathering of heart specialists

MILAN – Coffee’s bad, then it’s good, then … it’s practically a health food! Apparently, it’s good for the heart. Want to ...

A cocoa bean’s ‘fingerprint’ could trace chocolate bars back to their farm of origin

GUILDFORD, Surrey, UK – A new study from the University of Surrey has revealed that biotechnology could be the missing ing...

Nestlé inaugurates its largest R+D Accelerator in Lausanne at the company’s research center

LAUSANNE, Switzerland – Nestlé has officially inaugurated its largest R+D Accelerator, which is located at the company's f...

Coffee conscience: Half of all global coffee launches are sustainable, says new research

LONDON, UK – Consumers around the globe are drinking coffee with a conscience. According to research from Mintel Global Ne...

Nestlé is upgrading its R & D facilities in Singapore marking the Center’s 40-year anniversary

SINGAPORE – The R&D center in Singapore has been playing a key role in developing innovative products and technologies...

Researchers report several compounds that give coffee its distinctive ‘mouthfeel’

ATLANTA, US – Coffee drinkers intuitively recognize the pleasure of swallowing a smooth, rich brew versus a watery one. As...

A Cirad/Breedcafs project introduces climate-resilient coffee hybrids in Vietnam

PARIS, France – The USDA forecasts Vietnam’s 2021/22 coffee production to be 30.83 million bags. Almost all of that will b...