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Chocolate ‘fingerprints’ could confirm label claims, says new study

WASHINGTON, U.S. — Researchers are presenting a new method for determining where a particular chocolate was produced — and...

Regular caffeine consumption does not result in extra heartbeats

By Scott Maier * Contrary to current clinical belief, regular caffeine consumption does not lead to extra heartbeats, w...

Incentives could help Ethiopia’s coffee farmers dramatically increase yields and incomes

ARLINGTON, VA — Ethiopian farmers who were offered tools as an incentive to stump their coffee trees were more likely to a...

How a cup of coffee before the gym can improve your workout

Whether you are an exercise enthusiast or go to the gym a couple times a month, research suggests that drinking a cup of j...

New Texas A&M center to protect key international coffee industry

COLLEGE STATION — Texas A&M University administrators and researchers are stepping up efforts to protect a worldwide m...

CQI’s ED David Roche among the speakers at Expoespecials

As part of The Coffee Quality Institute’s long term commitment and partnership with the Colombian Coffee Growers Federatio...

Consuming coffee reduces risk for death, negative health outcomes

Consuming coffee lowered the risk for death and a broad spectrum of health outcomes, according to a report recently publis...

First public genome sequence for Coffea Arabica released

The first public genome sequence for Coffea arabica, the species responsible for more than 70 percent of global coffee pro...

Caffeine helps protect against the damage of diets high in fat, sugar

CHAMPAIGN, Ill., U.S. — A new study in rats from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign suggests that caffeine may...

University of Stuttgart works with Costa Rican cooperative to turn coffee waste into compost

STUTTGART, Germany – The pulp of coffee beans is considered a waste product on coffee plantations, which is usually thrown...