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Mars Wrigley accepting submissions for chocolate history research grants

HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, U.S. — A total of $50,000 in grant money for chocolate history research is being awarded by Mars Wrigley...

Coffee could provide protective effect in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

BARCELLONA, Spain - Adding coffee to the diet of people with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) could help reverse ...

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...

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...

Covid’s next casualty could be your cup of coffee, says new study on coffee leaf rust

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind., US — Starting in the 2011-12 growing season, a powdery orange fungus called coffee leaf rust spread ...

Mark Corey, joins Nca as Director, Scientific Affairs and Project Management

NEW YORK, NY, U:S. – The National Coffee Association, USA, or NCA has announced that Dr. Mark Corey has joined the Associa...

Sidney: the new super tea that can fight cancer and Alzheimer’s

SIDNEY - Now a man in Sydney claims this tea, made using a traditional Australian plant, contains natural ingredients whic...

Coffee vs. energy drinks: No difference in caffeine absorption, says study

A study at Washington State University is the first published comparison of caffeine absorption after consumption of coffee versus energy drinks ...

Indian coffee shops and cafes are becoming new product innovation labs, says new research

Coffee shops and cafes are gaining the popularity and attention of Indian consumers, especially by young consumers. The...