Research

Home Research

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 ...

Americanos and cafe lattes are South Koreans’ favorite coffee drinks

SEOUL, South Korea — Americanos and cafe lattes are South Koreans’ favorite coffee drinks, a recent research has showed. ...

Covid-19: Restaurants are 4 times more dangerous than gyms and coffee shops

MILAN – A study recently published on Nature confirms that restaurants, gyms and cafes can be COVID-19 hotspots. A new mod...

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...

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...

Here is how Coffea Arabica originated from a single super plant 10,000 year ago

MILAN – Arabica coffee probably appeared in southwestern Ethiopia, where it now grows in mountain zones, in the understore...

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.

Moonlight disrupts the circadian clock of coffee trees, says new Cirad study

PARIS, France – A study by CIRAD has shown for the first time that despite its very low intensity, moonlight affects coffe...

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...