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German Coffee Association conducts a project on the mitigation of acrylamide and furan in roast coffee

HAMBURG, Germany - The German Coffee Association conducted a project in cooperation with the Research Association of the German Food Industry (FEI) and the...

The British Coffee Association asks: «Who will tackle the coffee’s equivalent of Covid-19?»

MILAN – The British Coffee Association has announced that it will be holding a free deep-dive webinar entitled ‘Mobilising science for the long-term future...

From bean to cup, Prof Chahan Yeretzian unveils the secrets of coffee roasting

MILAN – The following article is an edited transcript of a lecture on coffee roasting held by Dr. Chahan Yeretzian, Professor for Analytical Chemistry,...

Should you be drinking 5 cups of coffee per day? Here is what science says

Coffee. Cup of joe. Java. No matter what you call it, millions of people worldwide wake up and fuel their day with it. And...

Coffee addiction remains a very divisive topic in the scientific debate

A hot cup of coffee after you rise out of bed is not like anything else. To your daily coffee drinker, a day would...

When cream hits coffee in your morning cup, the math is magical (video)

There’s some pretty incredible physics happening in your morning cup of coffee. Cream and coffee obviously mix, but when they first come into contact,...

Coffee can decrease the risk of breast cancer, according to science

Nothing works like coffee to get you through the day. Despite its somewhat bad reputation for causing addiction and releasing high levels of stress...

Amsterdam Coffee Festival 2018: Discover the Science and Art of Coffee

LITTLE HOUGHTON, England – Europe’s coffee scene is already bubbling for the next Amsterdam Coffee Festival. This event, to be held on 9 to...

Coffee: The science behind the health claims. All you need to know

News proclaiming the health benefits of coffee is aplenty. The claims are bold: coffee can prevent anything from liver disease and cancer, to dementia and multiple sclerosis. On top of that, it is said to help us live longer. Despite this, there are also more cautious studies. These tend to report on the risks of consuming caffeine, especially in ...

Caffeine – Friend Or Foe? Here is a quick guide with pros and cons

LONDON, UK – It’s clear that our caffeine levels are creeping up and up. Whether it’s a latte on the way to work or an espresso to get through the afternoon slump, coffee has become a routine pick-me-up for millions of Brits. However, there are growing concerns about the number of us who are addicted to caffeine and consume cup after cup ...

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