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Not Misleading: Coffee caps ruling affirms TÜV OK compost certification marks

DÜSSELDORF, Germany – In a legal dispute between two manufacturers of coffee caps, the complainant petitioned to have the respondent remove OK compost marks...

Coca-Cola and Monster Beverage announce decision by arbitration panel

ATLANTA & CORONA, Calif., U.S. – An arbitration tribunal of the American Arbitration Association has informed The Coca-Cola Company and Monster Beverage Corporation that...

Harvard experts: Evidence doesn’t support coffee-cancer link in humans

A Los Angeles Superior Court judge recently ruled that coffee retailers and producers in California must warn consumers that coffee contains a chemical called...

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...

Coffee and bread is not a real breakfast, North German court rules

According to a court judgement in North Rhine-Westphalia published on Monday, bread rolls and coffee aren’t considered a complete breakfast and therefore not subject...

Segafredo Zanetti Deutschland fined for concerted conduct

MILAN - A Regional Appeal Court in Düsseldorf, Germany has condemned Segafredo Zanetti Deutschland GmbH, a division of Massimo Zanetti Beverage Group, to the...

INDUSTRY NEWS – French watchdog forces Nespresso to “open-source” its coffee capsules

MILAN – Nespresso France has bowed to pressure from the French antitrust watchdog. Nestlé, which owns Nespresso, agreed yesterday to lift obstacles to rivals...

GLOBAL – Nespresso disappointed in ruling by EPO appeals Board

LAUSANNE, Switzerland – Following the ruling from the European Patent Office, Nespresso issue the following statement. “Nestlé Nespresso SA acknowledges the decision today of the...

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