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Isic analysis reveals top ten most-searched health topics on coffee

MILAN – A new analysis by the Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee (ISIC) reveals that people are increasingly curious about the health effects...

Suitable growing regions for coffee will drastically decrease by 2050: Study

ZURICH, Switzerland – Areas highly suitable for coffee growing are expected to shrink during the next decades due to climate change, according to a...

Coffee consumption may be linked with a lower risk of endometrial cancer

MILAN – Higher coffee consumption is linked with a lower risk of endometrial cancer, a type of cancer that begins in the lining of...

Macchiavelli: ‘We′re ready to face all kinds of technological challenges to suit the market’

BOLOGNA, Italy — In the fourth installment dedicated to Macchiavelli, a company specialized in the production of compatible capsules for the main systems on...

Higher coffee intake may be linked to lower prostate cancer risk, says analysis

MILAN – Drinking several cups of coffee every day may be linked to a lower risk of developing prostate cancer, suggests a pooled data...

Pour-Over vs French Press: What is the difference between these coffee brewing methods?

MILAN – French Press or pour-over? In this article, Yurii Brown, Certified Barista and Founder of CoffeeGeekLab helps you decide which one is the...

World Coffee Portal releases analysis of Covid 19 impact on UK cafés and coffee shops

LONDON, UK – The UK hospitality industry is tentatively reopening with social-distancing measures following months of closure due to the Covid 19 lockdown. World...

How will COVID-19 influence coffee prices? A first analysis from Interkom

MILAN – How will COVID-19 affect the coffee market and influence coffee prices? Interkom Spa, a green coffee importer based in Naples, Italy, has...

Moustache Coffee Club uses A.I. to find the perfect cup of coffee

LOS ANGELES, U.S. – This month the Moustache Coffee Club debuted an artificial intelligence program that recommends specific coffees to its members based on...

Fair trade is not doing enough for coffee – senior UN advisor Jeffrey Sachs

MEDELLIN, Colombia – A small extra 5¢ in the final price of a cup of coffee, but directly paid to producers, would significantly improve their income, said world-renowned sustainable development expert Jeffrey Sachs at the 1st World Coffee Producers Forum. “We need to revisit mechanisms for making consumers pay ...

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