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If your coffee’s going downhill, blame climate change
Food

If your coffee’s going downhill, blame climate change

LONDON/NEW YORK/SAO PAULO, Aug 16 (Reuters) – Coffee leader Brazil is turning to stronger and more bitter robusta beans, which…
Egyptians drank more coffee in 2018, report says
Egypt

Egyptians drank more coffee in 2018, report says

  Egyptian consumption of coffee hiked in 2018, reaching numbers of 45,000 tons of coffee in the first half of…
Starbucks set to reintroduce its red cups
Food

Starbucks set to reintroduce its red cups

The red-colored cups traditionally rolled out by Starbucks during the end-of-year holiday season are to return from November 10. Red is…
Male and female caffeine consumption ups miscarriage risk: study
Health & Fitness

Male and female caffeine consumption ups miscarriage risk: study

Women have an increased risk of miscarriage if they or their partner consume more than two caffeinated drinks a day…
Would you drink recycled coffee?
Environment

Would you drink recycled coffee?

It's a booming global business with 70 million cups consumed per day in the UK alone, but for every coffee…
Starbucks to open first two cafes in South Africa
Life & Style

Starbucks to open first two cafes in South Africa

The Starbucks coffee chain will open its first two cafes in South Africa in April, the company announced on Thursday,…
CNN: Big Mac with a side of quinoa? Inside the world’s first McDonald’s Next
Food

CNN: Big Mac with a side of quinoa? Inside the world’s first McDonald’s Next

McDonald's has always been about consistency, speed and budget pricing. Its Golden Arches can be neon beacons of hope in a…
CNN: Artist creates beautiful Tokyo street scenes on coffee cups
Art news

CNN: Artist creates beautiful Tokyo street scenes on coffee cups

Mention coffee cup art to anyone nowadays and their eyelids begin to droop at the prospect of another Instagram picture…
Drinking coffee tied to lower risk of death
Life & Style

Drinking coffee tied to lower risk of death

In a 10-year U.S. study, people who drank coffee regularly were less likely to die of many causes, including heart…
Coffee drinking may lower inflammation, reduce diabetes risk
Health & Fitness

Coffee drinking may lower inflammation, reduce diabetes risk

Coffee drinkers in a long-term study were about half as likely to develop type 2 diabetes as those who didn't…
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