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Your next pair of sneakers could be made from coffee grounds

MILAN - Coffee grounds often end up in landfill or being washed into sinks and drains, contributing to the food waste problem – around...

Coffee grounds on toast are a leading culinary trend for 2019

SAN FRANCISCO. U.S. – Will the real foodies please stand up? According to Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants' Spring 2019 Culinary + Cocktail Trend Forecast,...

Autogrill’s Wascoffee comes to Puro Gusto at Milano Linate Airport

MILAN – For Autogrill, the world’s leading provider of foodservice for travellers, innovation and sustainability are key to its growth strategy: a tangible demonstration...

Berlin start up Kaffeeform makes coffee mugs from recyclable coffee grounds

Berlin start up Kaffeeform won the Red Dot design award in 2018 for its innovative use of recyclable coffee grounds to create reusable coffee...

Roadchef recycling coffee grounds to reduce its environmental impact

Roadchef, the UK’s leading motorway service operator, has partnered with bio-bean – the first ever business to recycle waste coffee grounds into biofuel on...

Seoul launches trial recycling program for coffee grounds fertilizer

SEOUL, South Korea — The Seoul Metropolitan Government has launched a recycling program to encourage the use of spent coffee grounds as fertilizer. The new program...

Coffee grounds poised to power future for sustainable transport, fashion

Your morning cup of java could be good for more than just a caffeine buzz — Shell and Vancouver-based sustainable clothing company LEZÉ the...

This portable pour-over coffee maker just launched on Kickstarter

There are a whole bunch of coffee innovations on Kickstarter, but Dripkit, a smart, simple invention that makes pour over coffee portable and easy, may be a game changer. As creative freelancers, founders Ilana Kruger and Kara Cohen "felt like there wasn't a coffee product on the market designed for their lifestyles," according to ...

Scientists developing surgical helmet made out of coffee grounds

PHILADELPHIA, U.S. – A surgical helmet made out of coffee grounds could soon be used in the operating room. This is specifically being tested for use with surgery on the nose and throat. The idea came from a big coffee fan who’s a professor of mechanical engineering at Vanderbilt University.

New process improves production of biodiesel from coffee waste

LONDON, UK – Purpose-grown crops used to produce biodiesels are expensive, and consume much-needed water and land that could be used to grow food. Spent coffee grounds have a high calorific value and could be used as an alternative, more environmentally-friendly biofuel feedstock.

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