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Nestlé supports chair on sustainable materials to tackle plastic waste

LAUSANNE, Switzerland – Nestlé announced yesterday that it would co-fund a new Chair for Sustainable Materials at the EPFL...

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...

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...

Dna fingerprinting for Arabica varieties finds widespread lack of genetic conformity

PORTLAND, OR, U.S. – New study of DNA fingerprinting for Arabica coffee finds widespread lack of genetic conformity across...

Your daily cuppa may be contributing to malaria risk, says new study

SYDNEY, Australia – Researchers at the University of Sydney and University of São Paulo, Brazil, estimate 20 percent of th...

Study confirms all Arabica coffee diversity is derived from a single ancestral plant

PORTLAND, OR, U.S. – A new study published today used modern genetics tools to trace the history of the Coffea arabica spe...

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...

World Coffee Research names George Kotch as Research Director

PORTLAND, U.S. – World Coffee Research announces the appointment of George Kotch to the position of Research Director. The...

Front Range Biosciences launches hemp and coffee tissue culture samples to space

LAFAYETTE, Colo., U.S. – Front Range Biosciences (FRB), an agricultural technology company focused on breeding and nursery...

If your prefer tea over coffee it may be because of your genes

MILAN – If you prefer tea rather than coffee, it may be due to your genes. Researchers out of the Riken Center for Integra...