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Jura Australia launches #JURAathome campaign to connect coffee drinkers

HAWTHORN EAST VIC, Australia – In light of the majority of Australians now working from home, and the temporary closure of...

Scientists identify compounds in coffee which may inhibit prostate cancer

ARNHEM, The Netherlands — For the first time, scientists have identified compounds found in coffee which may inhibit the g...

US – Starbucks introduces new Vanilla Macchiato, expands breakfast sandwich offerings

SEATTLE – Starbucks Coffee Company has introduced a new core espresso offering through the launch of Starbucks Vanilla Mac...

Do you want to live a longer and healthier life? Drink your coffee black

Many of us joke that we can’t live without our morning coffee. But a pair of new studies suggests that drinking coffee is associated with longer life and lower instances of cancer or chronic disease. Does this mean you should drink an extra-large macchiato with caramel and extra whip every morning?

US – The Roasterie Air-Roasted Coffee announces Jon Ferguson in leading role

KANSAS CITY –As The Roasterie Air-Roasted Coffee turns 20, Owner Danny O’Neill is proud to announce Jon Ferguson as the co...

US – “Think Global – Eat Local” monthly promotions to feature roast master Patrick O’Malley

SCOTTSDALE – Scramble - A Breakfast Joint in Phoenix and Scottsdale has always been proud of its commitment to buy from lo...

Chill coffee beans for a more flavorsome brew, say scientists

In the lead up to the World Barista Championships, University of Bath scientists say brewing more flavoursome coffee could...

Coffee drinkers are nearly three times more likely to stay late at work

LONDON, UK – UK workers needing to stay late in the office are being fuelled by coffee. That’s the finding today after a study reported that one fifth (20%) of Brits stay one hour late at work if they drink two or more cups of coffee per day. Coffee has long been believed to be the key for staying alert and engaged for long periods ...

Starbucks plans to begin reopening its US stores with a monitor and adapt strategy

MILAN – Starbucks is planning to move into a “monitor and adapt” stage of the coronavirus pandemic in order to reopen some...

A coffee in the evening turns the body clock back by around an hour

Researchers have found that drinking the equivalent of a double espresso three hours before going to sleep can turn back o...