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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...

Ultramar launches self-protected compostable and compatible capsule

FANO, Italy – Since some days, it has become the "queen" of the company production of the Ultramar Invest Group, based in ...

UK – Making coffee for colleagues boost promotion chances at work, says study

Brewing up coffee for colleagues boost chance of getting promoted at work, says a research led by Russell Hobbs, a leading...

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...

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.

New method identifies coffee cut

Coffee is in growing demand and has a supply that is under increasing pressure which is a recipe for only one thing — coff...

UK – More than 90% of people in Wales are not drinking the recommended daily water intake

Research has revealed that nearly three quarters of Welsh residents (74%) drink less than half of the recommended daily fl...

HEALTH – Green tea ingredient may kill oral cancer cells

A compound found in green tea may trigger a cycle that kills oral cancer cells while leaving healthy cells alone, accordin...

The Coffee Particle Analyzer (Cpa) developed by 3Temp and Löfbergs gets Innovation Award

KARLSTAD, Sweden — Coffee Particle Analyzer (CPA) is a Swedish innovation that guarantees the good flavour of coffee – and...

Study confirms all Arabica coffee diversity is derived from a single ancestral plant

PORTLAND, OR, U.S. – A new study published today used modern genetics tools to trace the history of the Coffea arabica spe...