Archive for May, 2018

Drinking Coffee Can Make You Healthier

Sunday, May 20th, 2018

If you normally start your day with a cup of coffee, you know the benefits of this beverage when it comes to increases energy and alertness. However, there are some other significant health benefits that you can experience if you drink coffee on a regular basis. Studies for the American Association for Cancer Research show […]

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Starbucks is Responding to the Racially-based Incident by Holding All Employees to a a Racial-biased Education

Saturday, May 19th, 2018

You have probably already heard that Starbucks will be closing on the afternoon of May 29th because of the incident that occurred in one of their Philadelphia shops. Racial ignorance is at an all-time high in the U.S., and when a Starbucks manager called the police because two Afro-Americans had been waiting to have a […]

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How To Get Free Coffee From McDonalds

Friday, May 18th, 2018

McDonalds is allowing their patrons to get free fries and coffee until the end of April. All you have to do is order your food and pay for it with the McDonalds app. You have to make a purchase that is at least $1. You can get free medium fries starting on April 20 until […]

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What Makes Coffee So Good for You?

Thursday, May 17th, 2018

You already know that a good cup of joe in the mornings can perk you up and motivate you to get the day started. But did you know that there are other ways that coffee is good for your health? If you’re looking to be more productive throughout the day or just want to feel […]

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Benefits Of Drinking Three Cups Of Coffee

Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

Many people need one cup of coffee just to wake up in the morning. They may also get a second cup of coffee for an extra kick. If you only drink two cups of coffee, then you can benefit by getting a third cup. Drinking three cups of coffee per day can reduce your risk […]

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Millennial Coffee Lovers Shaping The Industry With Lifestyle Choices

Tuesday, May 15th, 2018

The way Millennials are drinking coffee is changing the entire industry. Young adults are leading a major trend toward drinking coffee outside the home. They see their choice of brew as a public statement about themselves. They make this known by frequently sharing pictures of their beverages choice on Instagram and other social media. It […]

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Can Drinking Too Much Coffee Cause Cancer?

Monday, May 14th, 2018

A judge in California ruled that coffee would have to come with a cancer warning. That has caused many people to rethink their coffee drinking habits. Coffee has acrylamide, which is a substance that has been shown to increase the risk of cancer. This substance is also found in vegetables that are cooked at high […]

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Coffee Shop Openings Are Slow But Coffee Sales Are booming

Sunday, May 13th, 2018

Fewer new coffee shops are being opened in the United States. Coffee industry watchers say they expect a tepid growth rate of new openings at just 2%. That’s a significant slow-down from double-digit growth just six years ago. But wait – the news for coffee shops is still quite good. The marketing and research firm […]

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Huge Coffee Agreement Will Have Major Impact On World Market

Saturday, May 12th, 2018

Coffee industry watchers say the decision of the World Coffee Producers Forum (WCPF) to become a formalized nonprofit organization is a highly significant development for millions of people. The move follows a highly successful first-time meeting of the WCPF in Medellín, Colombia. The event drew 1,500 coffee representatives from 41 countries. This unprecedented meeting of […]

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American Coffee Consumption At A Six-Year High

Friday, May 11th, 2018

Americans continue to guzzle coffee at record levels. The National Coffee Association reports that U.S. consumers are drinking the dark brew at the highest rate in six years. Even so, the trend is flat when compared with the previous year. The amount of coffee slurped over 2017 showed only a tiny increase in some categories […]

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