Archive for December, 2017

Coffee May Benefit Those With Chronic Kidney Disease

Saturday, December 16th, 2017

WebMD discusses the findings from a new medical study which found that coffee and other caffeinated beverages may help increase the lifespan of those with chronic kidney disease. The study found that, among the more than 2,300 participants with chronic kidney disease in the study, those who drank the largest amount of caffeinated drinks were […]

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Coffee Drinkers Can Rush To Starbucks For Their Latest Holiday Cup

Friday, December 15th, 2017

Who can forget the scandal from last year with Star Bucks and their Christmas mug? Well, this year the plain red cup has got a bit of a boost in creativity. In fact, the red seems to be merely a backdrop to all the artsy scenes happening. The cup is mostly white with hints of […]

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United Nations Coffee Award Highlights Fair Trade Ideals

Thursday, December 14th, 2017

The second annual Ernesto Illy International Coffee Award has drawn a step closer with the naming of the top entrants for this year’s version of the competition created in conjunction with the United Nations. The debut version of the award saw Ethiopia’s Ahmed Legesse named as the grower of the best coffee in the world […]

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Tips For Beating a Coffee Addiction

Wednesday, December 13th, 2017

Many people drink a cup of coffee because they need it in order to get through the day. Drinking coffee in small amounts is not likely to cause any harm to your health. In fact, it can benefit your health in many ways. However, drinking too much coffee can be harmful because of the caffeine […]

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Coffee Company May Be Interested in Acquiring Dunkin’ Donuts

Tuesday, December 12th, 2017

Shares of Dunkin’ Donuts rose 8% on Monday based on industry rumors that JAB Holding Company was expressing interest in buying the fast-food chain’s parent company, Dunkin Brands. JAB has recently gained attention in the restaurant industry by snapping up coffee and bakery chains across the country. In only the past two years, the company […]

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Tips For Brewing Your Own Coffee At Home

Monday, December 11th, 2017

Many of us cannot start our day without our morning cup of coffee. However, coffee can be quite expensive. If you purchase a $2 coffee per day, then you will spend $60 per month. The good news is that you can save a lot of money by brewing your own coffee at home. You will […]

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Why Drinking Coffee is Good for You

Sunday, December 10th, 2017

If you enjoy a steaming cup of joe in the mornings, you’re in luck. Studies show that there are several benefits to consuming coffee on a regular basis. Aside from making you feel more awake and alert, here are some of the other reasons that coffee should be a part of your diet. Coffee could […]

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Can Coffee Alleviate Your Pain?

Saturday, December 9th, 2017

Many people have a cup of coffee before they start their day. Coffee has been praised for its health benefits for a long time. A recent study has stated that coffee can alleviate pain. Studies have shown that coffee can reduce the size of the blood vessels in the brain. These blood vessels typically get […]

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Denver Coffee Shop Reopens Despite Protests

Friday, December 8th, 2017

It is a little unusual for a coffee shop to be the subject of protests, but that was the case for one coffee shop in Denver. The issue at hand was a sign that the shop had put out when it was still in business the first time. The sign read: “Happily gentrifying the neighborhood […]

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Nespresso to Expand Sustainable Coffee Production in Columbia

Thursday, December 7th, 2017

Nespresso announced on November 28, 2017, that it would be greatly expanding its coffee bean buying program in Columbia. The program that is officially called the AAA Sustainable Quality Program will work with over 500 small producers in the San Vicente del Caguán región. Producers will have the benefit of learning from 150 experts that […]

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