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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...

A statement from the ECF on acrylamide: “Coffee is part of a healthy diet”

MILAN – Following the article “Hong Kong Consumer Council raises alarm: acrylamide was found in 47 commercial coffees” published in Tuesday’s edition, we have...

Hong Kong Consumer Council raises alarm: acrylamide was found in 47 commercial coffees

HONG KONG, China — Acrylamide, a cancer-causing substance, was detected in more than 95 per cent of coffee samples tested by Hong Kong’s Consumer...

Harvard experts: Evidence doesn’t support coffee-cancer link in humans

A Los Angeles Superior Court judge recently ruled that coffee retailers and producers in California must warn consumers that coffee contains a chemical called...

Coffee’s cancer risk due to acrylamide is under scrutiny also in South Korea

Following a Los Angeles judge's decision to require Starbucks and other coffee sellers in California to put cancer warnings on their products, South Korea’s...

Despite LA judge’s ruling, scientists insist that coffee is cancer protective

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A Los Angeles County Superior Judge has ruled that all coffee shops and sellers in the state of California must label...

Coffee sold in California will be required to have cancer warning, judge rules

MILAN – A Los Angeles judge has ruled that California law requires coffee companies to carry an ominous cancer warning label because of a...

Companies agree to warning labels over the presence of acrylamide

A protracted and closely watched legal dispute is finally moving towards resolution with 13 companies, including 7-Eleven, recently agreeing to include cancer warnings on...

Does coffee contain a carcinogen? Here’s what the science says

If a lawsuit in California is successful, Golden State stores that sell coffee will have to warn customers that drinking a cup of joe...

Nordic countries take action on acrylamide

Danish food minister Eva Kjer Hansen is introducing Danish indicative levels for the carcinogenic food additive acrylamide, while the Norwegian Scientific Committee for Food...

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