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UK study highlights difficulties in coffee authentication and possible solutions

TEDDINGTON, UK – Coffee authenticity has been a topic of interest for the Government Chemist and its collaborators for qui...

Final declaration of the participants of the 2nd World Coffee Producers Forum

CAMPINAS, Brazil – In the city of Campinas, Brazil, on July 10 and 11, 2019, the second forum of coffee-producing countrie...

Scotland considers an additional charge on disposable coffee cups

EDINBURGH, Scotland – Applying a charge of at least 20p to 25p on every disposable cup is one of the recommendations put f...

Barry Callebaut ’s Forever Chocolate leads annual Sustainalytics ranking

ZURICH, Switzerland – Forever Chocolate, Barry Callebaut ’s plan to make sustainable chocolate the norm, is considered the...

Farmer Bros leads the way to a better future through sustainable practices

DALLAS, U.S. – Farmer Bros. Co.– a national coffee roaster, wholesaler and distributor of coffee, tea and culinary product...

New findings on coffee, cocoa and tea presented at CoCoTea conference

BREMEN, Germany — At the fifth international conference on Cocoa, Coffee and Tea (CoCoTea) around 150 participants from 40...

Air New Zealand set to roll out coffee cups made from plants in October

MILAN – Air New Zealand is set to roll out coffee cups made from plants rather than plastic across its domestic and intern...

Student Benguet State University builds lure trap for coffee berry borers

LA TRINIDAD, The Philippines – For his undergraduate thesis, Jimmer John Bisaya, who was then majoring in Entomology at Be...

Cargill reiterates commitment to cooperate with cocoa regulators in West Africa

WEST AFRICA – Cargill Cocoa and Chocolate has reiterated its commitment to work closely with cocoa regulators and other st...

London Assembly calls for a ban on non-recyclable coffee cups

LONDON, UK – The London Assembly has today called on the Mayor to lobby the Government to introduce a tax on single-use pl...