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Natural molecule found in coffee and human body increases NAD+ levels, improves muscle function during ageing

SINGAPORE – A research consortium led by Nestlé Research in Switzerland and the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore (NUS...

Wearable tech measures emotional responses to coffee, show researchers from Italy in a new study

LONDON, UK – Researchers in Italy have introduced a novel approach for assessing the quality of coffee: in a pioneering new study, they have...

New biomarker proposed for studies in coffee consumption

MUNICH, Germany – In order to record coffee consumption in nutrition and health studies, researchers usually rely on self-reporting by participants. However, this is...

Acrylerase: an innovative enzymatic solution to reduce acrylamide levels in soluble coffee products

LEIPZIG, Germany - c-LEcta and ANKA have developed Acrylerase - a new food enzyme to reduce acrylamide in instant coffee and ready to drink...

Coffee waste and other bio-based resources may help power lithium-ion batteries

OVIEDO, Fla., USA – Coffee has helped power people for years. Now, coffee and other bio-based resources may help power lithium-ion batteries, thanks to...

Nestlé develops a clinically proven bioactive blend to support sleep quality

VEVEY, Switzerland – People spend about one-third of their lives asleep. Both sleep quantity and sleep quality have an impact on people's overall health...

Tylers Coffees launches new affiliate program and expansion plans

TUCSON, AZ, USA – Tylers Coffees, a company that produces acid-free coffee utilizing a proprietary roasting technique, has announced the launch of its new...

Drinking coffee reduces mortality in people with intestinal cancer, study

WAGENINGEN, The Netherlands – There appears to be a significant link between the coffee intake of people with intestinal cancer and mortality, as well...

New study explains how to safely prepare cold brew coffee at home

ATHENS, Georgia, USA – A new research from the University of Georgia shows that cold brew coffee could be “the perfect playground for foodborne...

A study from SCA explores the way in which coffee’s linguistic descriptions can influnce sales

Cognitive psychologist Bente Klein Hazebroek and language professor Ilja Croijmans explore the role and construction of coffee’s linguistic descriptions — the flavor notes and...

Nestlé announces a new partnership to build farmland resilience through training and knowledge exchange

GATWICK, UK – Nestlé UK and Ireland has announced a new partnership with The Allerton Project, a research farm in Leicestershire with an award-winning...

Nestlé Health Science introduces new hydration sports nutrition brand

VEVEY, Switzerland – Nestlé Health Science UK&I is excited to announce the launch of Nuun, a leading US Hydration Sports Nutrition brand, designed to...

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