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New research shows Brits are less willing to visit coffee shops in post-lockdown era

LONDON, UK – A few months after lockdown restrictions were eased iin the UK and the retail and hospitality sector began to reopen, research...

Here is how to make the healthiest coffee during Coronavirus lockdown

SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS, France – We may all be drinking more coffee to help us survive the COVID-19 lockdown: today scientists announce the healthiest way...

Coffee changes your sense of taste, makes sweet food even sweeter

AARHUS, Denmark – Sweet food is even sweeter when you drink coffee. This is shown by the result of research from Aarhus University in...

If your prefer tea over coffee it may be because of your genes

MILAN – If you prefer tea rather than coffee, it may be due to your genes. Researchers out of the Riken Center for Integrative...

Good news for coffee drinkers: the morning cuppa may be good for your bones

MILAN – A study by the Cleveland Clinic has found that coffee may be beneficial for our bones. Researchers looked at data on 564...

A quarter of New Zealanders consume at least 3 coffees a day, reveals survey

MILAN – A new research, looking at the coffee-drinking habits of New Zealanders, has revealed just how much Kiwis crave their coffee. More than...

Coffee may reduce risk for kidney disease, according to a new research

MILAN – Recently published findings suggest coffee consumption may provide a beneficial effect on kidney function, thereby reducing the risk for developing chronic kidney...

All coffee operators believe sustainability is a key issue, says research

MILAN – According to independent research by BRITA Professional, the water filtration company, almost all coffee operators (97 percent) believe that sustainability credentials are...

Millions of Brits are confused about recycling says a research commissioned by Lavazza

LONDON, UK – Millions of Brits are confused by what can and can't be recycled, according to a study. Eight in 10 adults said...

Nestlé Research investigates body’s natural ability to resist weight gain

MILAN – The worldwide overweight and obesity epidemic, and weight gain - related health complications such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease, have become critical...

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