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Mars Wrigley announces winners of its eighth annual History Research Grant

HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., US – Mars Wrigley is pleased to announce that the Forrest E. Mars, Jr. Chocolate History Research Gran...

Drinking one or more cups of coffee per day may decrease the risk of Covid-19, says new study

MILAN – A study has revealed that drinking one or more cups of coffee per day was associated with about a 10 per cent decr...

Latest published research by the Isic highlights coffee’s positive impact on sporting performance

MILAN – With many major sporting events taking place this summer, across multiple disciplines, a review of the latest publ...

Research on coffee leaf rust featured in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

HILO, Hawaiʻi, US – An assistant professor of geography at the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo is the co-author of a perspec...

Three researchers from the Coffee Hub are presenting their findings at the Asic conference

MONTPELLIER, France – At the Asic (Association for Science and Information on Coffee) conference under way in Montpellier,...

Covid-19’s socio-economic fallout threatens the global coffee industry, says study

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J., US — COVID-19 's socio-economic effects will likely cause another severe production crisis in the cof...

Small amounts of pure cocoa powder found to improve visual acuity in daylight

MADRID, Spain – Eating 2.5 grams of pure natural cocoa powder serves to improve visual acuity in healthy young adults and ...

People willing to pay more ethical and eco-friendly coffee, meta-analysis finds

MILAN – Beyond how much cream and sugar to add to their morning brew, coffee lovers also face more serious decisions: one ...

Drinking coffee (including decaf and instant) associated with reduced risk of liver disease

LONDON, UK – Drinking coffee that is caffeinated (ground or instant) or decaffeinated is associated with a reduced risk of...

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...