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Japanese coffee company joins Wcr

TOKYO – Japanese, Tokyo based coffee company Key Coffee is joining the global, non-profit R&D program of U.S.-based Wo...

World Coffee Research varieties catalog goes global with a major update

PORTLAND, OR, U.S. – Last week, the World Coffee Research (WCR) launched a major update to its Arabica Coffee Varieties ca...

Food&HotelAsia unveils Industry White Paper on Smart Innovations

SINGAPORE – Food&HotelAsia (FHA) announced the launch of an Industry White Paper in collaboration with Euromonitor Int...

Widener University opens Coffee Research Center in Costa Rica

By Jaime Lopez * The lush, coffee-producing landscape of Costa Rica has been a destination for Widener University stude...

Here is how to make the healthiest coffee during Coronavirus lockdown

SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS, France – We may all be drinking more coffee to help us survive the COVID-19 lockdown: today scientists a...

More caffeine is not the answer for tired lorry drivers, new study shows

MILAN – Lorry drivers who consumed large amounts of coffee and energy drinks reported having crashed more compared to thos...

World Coffee Research is hiring Database Manager for Agronomic Research

PORTLAND, U.S. – World Coffee Research (WCR) is an international applied research organization created by the coffee indus...

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...

Temperatures in Puerto Rico represent a challenge for coffee growers

WASHIGTON, U.S. – Climate projections indicate Puerto Rico may be warmer and drier, likely impacting one of the Island's most iconic crops. This could result in less-favorable growing conditions in the coming decades for coffee. A new study by the USDA Caribbean Climate Hub shows that if greenhouse gas emissions and temperatures continue ...

Colombia promotes integrated pest management to prevent the spread of Coffee Berry Borer

Colombian coffee growers are increasingly recognizing the Integrated Pest Management (IPM) of coffee berry borer as the most effective ...