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Yum China reports second quarter 2021 revenue of $2.45 billion up 29% on year

SHANGHAI, China – Yum China Holdings, Inc. reported unaudited results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2021. Second quarter operations improved from a...

IRI Helps Massimo Zanetti Beverage USA identify new growth opportunities

CHICAGO, US – IRI, a fast-growing global leader in innovative solutions and services for consumer, retail and media companies, and its customer Massimo Zanetti...

Daily consumption of 2-3 cups of coffee is associated with a lower incidence of Covid-19

Bogotá, Colombia – Daily consumption of 2-3 cups of coffee is associated with a lower incidence of Covid-19, according to a peer-reviewed study published...

International Coffee Partners: Covid-19 reveals importance to support growers beyond coffee

HAMBURG, Germany — International Coffee Partners (ICP) urges to be prepared for post-COVID-19 support for smallholder coffee farming families. Giuseppe Lavazza, Vice-Chairman of Lavazza...

Drinking coffee and eating vegetables may offer some protection against Covid-19

CHICAGO, US – A new Northwestern Medicine study shows coffee consumption and eating lots of vegetables may offer some protection against COVID-19. The authors...

Covid’s next casualty could be your cup of coffee, says new study on coffee leaf rust

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind., US — Starting in the 2011-12 growing season, a powdery orange fungus called coffee leaf rust spread like wildfire throughout Latin...

Drinking one or more cups of coffee per day may decrease the risk of Covid-19, says new study

MILAN – A study has revealed that drinking one or more cups of coffee per day was associated with about a 10 per cent...

International Symposium on Cocoa Research postponed to 5-7 December 2022

ABIDJAN, Côte d’Ivoire – The International Cocoa Organization (ICCO) in partnership with the French institution Agricultural Research Centre for International Development (CIRAD) announce that,...

Covid-19’s socio-economic fallout threatens the global coffee industry, says study

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J., US — COVID-19 's socio-economic effects will likely cause another severe production crisis in the coffee industry, according to a Rutgers...

New Zealand’s coffee industry is a valuable contributor to the country′s economy

WELLINGTON, New Zealand – Since its time as a British colony and subsequent member of the Commonwealth of Nations, New Zealand has had a...

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