Archive for the ‘Coffee Industry’ Category

Shearwater Coffee Roasters Moving Up to a Full Scale Cafe

Saturday, June 24th, 2017

Shearwater Coffee Roasters has been a prominent coffee company in Connecticut for decades. They are well known for eco friendly production methods that are safe for the environment. In addition, the manufacturers implement natural flavors and fragrances into their blends. As of next month, Shearwater Coffee Roasters will have their very own cafe in downtown, […]

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Do Your Liver A Favor And Drink Some Coffee, Research Finds

Thursday, June 15th, 2017

That steaming hot cup of joe is a morning must-have for most of us, and although we’re often warned not to over-do the coffee consumption, new research shows otherwise.   The analysis compiled from 26 studies has found that people who drink more coffee are less likely to develop liver cancer. The findings come from […]

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Woman Awarded $100,000 After Being Burned By Starbucks

Friday, June 9th, 2017

A woman in Florida was awarded after she was burned by Starbucks coffee. She stated that she was left with physical scars after being burned by the coffee. The woman, whose name is Joanne Mogavero, is the mother of three children. She stated that spilled coffee while she was attempting to hand it to a […]

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Getting Away From K-Cups for Regular Ground Coffee: Growing Trend?

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017

You can go into any coffee shop nowadays selling products and you’ll find a range of K-cups that can be used in any pod coffee machine. While this option was massively popular years ago, it is slowly decreasing in its popularity because of the expense and environmental effects. K-cups cost, on average, four times the […]

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Drinking Coffee Can Add Years To Your Life

Friday, March 10th, 2017

Many of us feel guilty about having a cup of coffee in the morning. However, there is no need for you to feel bad about having coffee. In fact, a study done by the Stanford University School of Medicine showed that people who drink coffee can live a longer life. The study showed that coffee […]

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Ho Ho Ho! Starbucks Delivers First Iced Coffee Holiday Drink Ever

Friday, February 17th, 2017

It’s fondly labeled the Spiced Sweet Cream Nariño 70 Cold Brew, and it’s coming to a Starbucks near you very soon. Coffee lovers are excited for the popular brand’s first ever iced coffee holiday drink. The yummy cold brew sounds heavenly with a “dash of spice and a float of house-made sweet cream.” Heck, the […]

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Millennials Spend More On Coffee Than They Do On Retirement

Tuesday, February 14th, 2017

Coffee is something that many of us cannot start our day without. Millennials are spending a lot of money on coffee. In fact, many of them are spending more money on coffee than they do on their retirement. There was a study that involved 2,000 millennials. The results of the study showed that 41 percent […]

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Drip Coffee Drinkers Fade As Espresso Gains Ground

Saturday, February 11th, 2017

Coffee made with the good old drip method has long ruled the world of coffee drinkers, but the trend is rapidly shifting away from drip to espresso and gourmet methods of producing the dark brew.   Research shows that drip-made coffee accounts for only about half of all coffee consumption today.   On the other […]

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Scientists Predict That Half Of Coffee Will Be Gone By 2050

Monday, January 23rd, 2017

Scientists predict that there will be a 50 percent reduction in the world’s coffee supply by year 2050. They believe that coffee leaf rust, which is a type of fungus, will be responsible for the reduction in the world’s coffee  supply. Guadeloupe Avendano is a farmer in Mexico. He stated that he is upset about […]

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FNC Members Stress Innovation and Investment In Columbia’s Coffee Growers Conference

Saturday, January 21st, 2017

Members of the Columbian Coffee Growers Federation (FNC) told growers across the nation to expect leaner times in the future and to use this opportunity to both invest and ramp up coffee production. This advice was given at the 83rd National Coffee Growers Congress in the capital city of Bogotá.   The CEO of FNC, […]

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