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Moonlight disrupts the circadian clock of coffee trees, says new Cirad study

PARIS, France – A study by CIRAD has shown for the first time that despite its very low intensity, moonlight affects coffe...

Breedcafs Project: Combating climate change impact with hybrid coffee varieties

MILAN – Changing weather patterns, pests and diseases, deforestation, and rising temperatures arejust some of the environm...

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...

New global R&D centre for Nestlé opens in Limerick, Ireland

ASKEATON, Ireland – Nestlé opened on January 21 its first Research and Development Centre in Ireland at its existing manuf...

Study of third-wave coffee shops wins GfK’s NextGen Competition

NEW YORK, NY, U.S. – How can privately owned coffee shops that focus on higher-priced, hand-crafted brews win loyalty from...

Hot drinks responsible for majority of daily burns among UK children

LEICESTER, UK — The Children’s Burns Trust, together with the British Burn Association, have released exclusive insi...

Nestlé announces launch of R&D Accelerator to boost innovation and speed-to-market

VEVEY, Switzerland – Nestlé today announced the creation of the Nestlé R&D Accelerator based in Lausanne, Switzerland....

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...

Measuring caffeine levels in blood might help diagnose Early Parkinson’s

Low levels of blood caffeine and its metabolites may help identify patients with early Parkinson’s disease, according to n...

Peet’s Coffee pledges $250,000 to advance Coffee Research at the University of California, Davis

DAVIS, California, U.S. — Peet’s Coffee announced on September 7, 2016, its pledge of $250,000 to the University of Califo...