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Fco announces major milestone in plastic coffee cup elimination

LONDON, UK – Over half a million disposable plastic coffee cups have been completely removed from the Foreign and Commonwe...

University of Surrey academic wins top prize for research into coffee waste

GUILDFORD, UK — A University of Surrey academic has been awarded the prestigious 2018 Newton Prize for ground breaking res...

Here is the scientific reason you can’t go without your morning coffee

MILAN – There’s nothing that can brighten up your morning quite like your morning coffee. Whether you drink it for the buz...

intu leads the way for a sustainable future one cup at a time

LONDON, UK — Initially launched at intu Chapelfield, Compost Café enables customers to collect packaged waste coffee groun...

Wild coffee plants and chocolate’s tree are surprisingly poorly protected

CALI, Colombia — Headlines about threatened plant species often focus on hardwood plundered from the Amazon or obscure pla...

Elior recycles 36 tonnes of coffee waste in partnership with Bio-bean

LONDON, UK — Multinational commercial catering and food service company, Elior has announced in a press release that its p...

Sugar is addictive because we pathologize pleasure, scientists say

MILAN — Stories celebrating sugar-free lifestyles dominate social media fitness feeds, wellness websites and self-developm...

El Niño Alert and positive Indian Ocean Dipole continue, Bom reports

MELBOURNE, Australia — The tropical Pacific continues to meet some, but not all, El Niño criteria, while a positive Indian...

Starbucks to recycle 5,500 tons of coffee grounds this year in S. Korea

SEOUL, South Korea – Starbucks Coffee Korea Co. has announced plans to recycle more than 5,500 tons of coffee grounds with...

Lithuanian women love coffee more than men: the cause may lie in genes

MILAN – A recent study carried out in Lithuania showed that 22% of men and only 7.5 % of women do not drink coffee. Meanwh...