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Living Web Farms hosts workshop on flavor and footprint of coffee

MILLS RIVER, NC, U.S. – Most people drink it every day, and we obsess in our media about whether it is healthy. And while ...

Scientists reveal that 60% of wild coffee species are threatened with extinction

KEW, UK — For the first time ever, scientists at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, have carried out an International Union for C...

Minas Hill to kick off Melbourne Coffee Week on Monday 4th February

MELBOURE, Australia – Minas Hill Coffee will kick start Melbourne Coffee Week on Monday 4th February 2019, 6:00pm-10:00pm,...

4C sees increasing interest of coffee producers in sustainable certification

KÖLN, Germany –  4C is looking ahead to the year 2019 of being another year of change, continuing the path of further impr...

Chocolate may alleviate cough better syrups, shows Uk research

MILAN – Chocolate may be a better cough suppressant than cough syrup, according to a research by a Uk University. A resear...

World Coffee Research is hiring Database Manager for Agronomic Research

PORTLAND, U.S. – World Coffee Research (WCR) is an international applied research organization created by the coffee indus...

Some recent cooling in the tropical Pacific Ocean, says Bom

MELBOURNE, Australia — Tropical Pacific Ocean surface waters have returned to ENSO-neutral temperatures after exceeding El...

Bird & Wild coffee awarded Best Buy in Ethical Consumer’s latest review

LONDON, UK — Just two months after winning the Blue Patch’s Global Impact Award, Bird & Wild have been awarded Best Bu...

New therapeutic role for caffeine in neuropsychiatric disorders

NEW ROCHELLE, U.S. — An important new article reviews recently discovered properties of adenosine A2A receptor-dopamine D2...

High-Level Meeting of the Cocoa & Forests Initiative held in Utrecht

UTRECHT, The Netherlands — Discussions focused on current actions and upcoming priorities, next steps in Colombia, relevan...