Archive for the ‘Coffee Industry’ Category

Significant Contamination Found in Arabica Coffee

Saturday, June 9th, 2018

Not so fast on the 100 percent Arabica coffee.   A recent report released by Norwich, England’s Quadram Institute found that ten percent of coffees boasting to be 100 percent Arabica were actually contaminated with Robusta. Many experts fear that the results of the scientific survey may point to fraud within the coffee industry, at […]

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A New Coffee Subscription Service Named Yes Plz Will Ship Fresh and Delicious Coffee Right To Your Home

Friday, June 8th, 2018

An interesting point being made in a recent Eater article is that coffee is already a lifestyle. For many people, myself included, a good cup of coffee is a beautiful thing.   In this Eater article, the author takes a look at a new coffee subscription service named Yes Plz. Founded by two well-known coffee […]

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CANCER CHEMICAL AFFECTS THE COFFEE MAKING INDUSTRY

Wednesday, June 6th, 2018

Coffee lovers, including myself, rave about the long-term benefits to drinking coffee. We have all heard that coffee is a top anti-oxidant when it comes to fighting certain diseases. On the flip side, coffee includes a dangerous chemical that has cancer-carrying effects. Although the actual link to drinking coffee and acquiring cancer has not been […]

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Coffee and Tea is No Longer Considered a Diuretic and Bad For You

Monday, April 9th, 2018

Coffee is one of those foods that scientists have trouble categorizing. Is it bad for you? Is it good for you? The medical community keeps changing their opinion depending on their trend at the moment, but the American public, as well as the rest of the world, loves their coffee and most can’t start their […]

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1850, More than a Coffee Line, It’s a Story in a Cup

Thursday, March 15th, 2018

Folgers Coffee, a subdivision of J.M. Smucker, is making a monumental move. On the 21st, the company announced it will be releasing a line of coffee that would meet the changing tastes of its consumers. The new line, 1850, goes back to the company’s innovative roots. Then, William H. Bovee pioneered selling pre-roasted, ground, ready-to-brew […]

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And the Winner is . . . The French Press

Friday, March 2nd, 2018

After coming across a discussion board on Reddit entitled “The Beloved French Press,” it’s difficult to imagine why anyone would want to continue using any other type of coffee pot. Each person has contributed an element that assists in answering the original poster’s inner debate between using an AeroPress and a French Press. One of […]

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Christmas Tree Frappuccino Makes a Cameo Appearance at Starbucks

Saturday, December 23rd, 2017

The Frappuccino was one of the drinks that helped turn Starbucks into a potent business force around the world and put them at the top when it comes to coffee chains. With the holiday season in full swing, the company briefly introduced a new take on that signature drink by offering the Christmas Tree Frappuccino. […]

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Drinking Coffee Can Extend Your Life

Saturday, December 2nd, 2017

Health experts stated that coffee was bad for you for years. Now, they are saying that it is good for you. A recent study published in the British Medical Journal how show that drinking three or four cups of coffee per day can decrease your risk of death by up to 17 percent. The study […]

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Luring Shoppers With Coffee

Wednesday, August 9th, 2017

There are many shoppers that never heard of the word Barista before Starbucks. Now it appears that a Starbucks may be coming to a local shopping mall near you. This is becoming the best way to lure shoppers into stores. Bookstores have been coupled with coffee shops for a long time because this has been […]

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Will Coffee Make You Live Longer? Maybe

Friday, June 30th, 2017

There is always a question about if coffee is good for you or not. People argue about it from both sides, usually with the coffee drinkers on the one side and others on the opposite side. However, the research shows that there is at least some reason to believe that coffee may be good for […]

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