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The secret to better coffee? The birds and the bees

BURLINGTON, Vermont – A groundbreaking new study finds that coffee beans are bigger and more plentiful when birds and bees team up to protect...

Surprising findings about coffee presented at world′s biggest gathering of heart specialists

MILAN – Coffee’s bad, then it’s good, then … it’s practically a health food! Apparently, it’s good for the heart. Want to lower your...

Millions of coffee loving Brits won’t allow anyone else to make them a brew, shows research

MILAN – A study of 2,000 adults in the UK found just under half of Brits would rather go thirsty and tired than let...

Coffee conscience: Half of all global coffee launches are sustainable, says new research

LONDON, UK – Consumers around the globe are drinking coffee with a conscience. According to research from Mintel Global New Products Database (GNPD), nearly...

Cargill partners with AeroFarms in first-of-its-kind research focused on cocoa production

MINNEAPOLIS & NEWARK, N.J., US – As part of ongoing efforts to build a more resilient and sustainable cocoa sector, Cargill has entered a...

Non-soy milk alternatives becomes the fastest growing dairy category, says research

LONDON, UK – New figures released by global market research company Euromonitor International show that other milk alternatives, (milk substitutes that are not dairy-based...

Latest published research by the Isic highlights coffee’s positive impact on sporting performance

MILAN – With many major sporting events taking place this summer, across multiple disciplines, a review of the latest published research by the Institute...

Small amounts of pure cocoa powder found to improve visual acuity in daylight

MADRID, Spain – Eating 2.5 grams of pure natural cocoa powder serves to improve visual acuity in healthy young adults and in daylight conditions,...

Don’t count on caffeine to fight sleep deprivation, says new research from MSU

EAST LANSING, US – Researchers from MSU’s Sleep and Learning Lab, led by psychology associate professor Kimberly Fenn, assessed how effective caffeine was in...

University of Stuttgart works with Costa Rican cooperative to turn coffee waste into compost

STUTTGART, Germany – The pulp of coffee beans is considered a waste product on coffee plantations, which is usually thrown away or dumped into...

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