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Percol launches the first coffee to give 100% of its profits to Cancer Research UK

Percol Coffee Co., a UK leading sustainable coffee brand, has today announced a new partnership with Cancer Research UK, w...

CAFFEINE WARS – Which city is Australia’s coffee capital?

True, Melbourne is famous for being the country’s most caffeine-crazed city, but has the hype overtaken the reality? The l...

Nestlé celebrates 10th anniversary of the Nestlé Professional Beverage Centre

Nestlé celebrated on June 15, 2015, the 10th year anniversary of its Nestlé Professional Beverage Centre in Orbe, Switzerl...

Two thirds of consumers judge a hotel on the quality of its coffee, says research

New research has revealed that two thirds of consumers judge the quality of a hotel, restaurant or pub based on the qualit...

STUDY – Coffee lowers risk of malignant melanoma

People who are in the habit of drinking coffee regularly may be protected against malignant melanoma, the fifth most commo...

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...

Italians return to their bars

Confidence is at last growing in this first half of 2015, and with it also the desire to go out and socialise, which inclu...

Demand for coffee can create rift with poorer nations

LAWRENCE — The explosion in worldwide coffee consumption in the past two decades has generally not benefited farmers of co...

The most vulnerable countries miss out on climate change knowledge

Collaborations on climate change research are divided into separate regions of the world with little knowledge exchange be...

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...