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Report suggests coffee consumption may reduce risk of liver disease

A new roundtable report from the Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee (ISIC) on 'Looking after the liver: coffee...

Last call: “The Quality of Coffee: a never ending research” conference

There are still places available for “The Quality of Coffee: a never ending research” conference, planned on 30 November a...

UCC Coffee Uk & Ireland announces head of supply chain and sustainability

As part of its continued commitment to sustainability and business growth, UCC Coffee UK & Ireland has brought Liz Hig...

La Niña event remains possible, but is likely to be short lived, reports BOM

MELBOURNE, Australia - While the El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) remains neutral, the Bureau’s ENSO Outlook is current...

Costa Rica focuses on coffee to achieve its carbon neutrality goals

Costa Rica has set itself the goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2021. To reach its ambitious climate targets, the country...

Lush introduces reusable packaging made of recycled coffee cup fibre

Lush Cosmetics is known for being one of the first companies to unite makeup and environmental responsibility. All of Lush...

Songwa Estates to exhibit at the Cafe Show in Seoul (9-12 November)

SEOUL, South Korea – Songwa Estates will exhibit at the Cafe Show in Seoul (9-12 November), the 2017 venue for the World B...

Orang Utan Coffee: The Coffee that’s saving the Sumatran Orangutan

Every hour, areas of tropical rainforest the size of 88 football pitches are cleared to make way for palm oil and other in...

Hanns R. Neumann Stiftung: new project for coffee farmers in Uganda

Good agricultural practices, higher yields, better incomes for coffee-producing smallholder farmers - with these goals Han...

Adelaide Company launches cheap, environmentally friendly coffee pods

Adelaide company Urban Brew is leading the way when it comes to environmentally-friendly coffee pods. Developed back in 20...