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Proposed OEHHA regulation clarifies that cancer warnings are not required for coffee

SACRAMENTO – The California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) today proposed a new regulation clarifying that cancer warnings are not required for...

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...

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...

National Coffee Association statement on Wednesday’s Prop. 65 Ruling

NEW YORK, U.S. — Wednesday’s ruling in a long-standing legal case concerning coffee companies and California’s Prop. 65 has the potential for coffee to...

California-grown coffee generating a buzz among American consumers

In most coffee shops, you can choose a cup of joe brewed with beans from countries like Ethiopia, Colombia, Costa Rica and Yemen. Now,...

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...

California’s coffee-growing sector to hold inaugural summit in January

California's coffee-growing sector is holding its first Summit on January 18 at Cal Poly Pomona, in Los Angeles County. Until recently, American coffee was...

Barry Callebaut continues to expand with new facilities in North America

The Barry Callebaut Group, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-quality chocolate and cocoa products, today announced it has completed two expansion projects in the...

California farmers are trading avocados for specialty coffee beans

GOLETA, Calif., U.S. – Things aren't so easy for avocado growers in California these days. There's more competition from Mexico and less water. And the old trees just don't bear fruit like they used to. But the New York Times reports that's giving rise to a surprising new California crop: coffee.

illycaffè coffee featured at new CIA at copia destination in Downtown Napa

NAPA VALLEY, Calif., U.S. – illy, the third-generation family-owned coffee company from Trieste, Italy, committed to offering the highest quality, most ethically sourced coffee...

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