Archive for the ‘Coffee Production’ Category

Snow Brand Milk: To Have Your Coffee and Eat it Too

Wednesday, March 15th, 2017

What a time it is for coffee lovers. Just when you when thought coffee couldn’t get any better, creative innovators in Japan developed a spreadable version of coffee. Coffee is one of those unique flavors, like bacon, that people go nuts over. There are all types of coffee flavored foods on the market today, from […]

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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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How To Negate The Side Effects of Too Much Coffee

Sunday, March 12th, 2017

Studies have shown that coffee has a number of health benefits. However, it is possible to overdo a good thing. The Mayo Clinic has stated that people can safely consume about 400 milligrams of caffeine. This is equivalent to about four cups of coffee. If you consume more that, then you may have trouble sleeping. […]

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The Top Ways to Make Your Coffee Taste Better

Saturday, March 11th, 2017

Even if you’re an avid coffee lover, you can still get sick of the typical coffee drinks that you have on a regular basis. In this way, if you are looking for ways to jazz up your coffee, the following is a list of ways that you can make your coffee more exciting and delicious. […]

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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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Coffee Prices Have Resisted Increases For 50 Years

Sunday, February 19th, 2017

The next time you feel sticker shock when you pay for a large coffee at a Starbucks, Dunkin’ Donuts or your favorite independent coffee shop, consider yourself lucky. That’s because coffee is actually cheaper today than it has been in decades.   If you find that hard to believe, a study recently completed by a […]

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The World Coffee Producers Forum Will Be Hosted In Colombia

Thursday, January 26th, 2017

Worldwide representatives of the coffee production industry will be meeting this year in Colombia to discuss sustainable coffee farming. There are people from over 40 different countries that produce coffee that will be attending. The events will take place in July of 2017. There is a $200 price for entrance if you register in advance. […]

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The Delights of Turkish Coffee

Monday, January 16th, 2017

As strong as the feelings that run during a debate, yet as fragrant as an exotic garden, Turkish coffee is garnering fans who’ve enjoyed the treat in their homeland or travels or sampled it in cafes, where it’s gaining traction. It is conducive to two great pleasures of life: solo contemplation or company and conversation. […]

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Climate Change Will Damage World’s Coffee Industry

Thursday, October 6th, 2016

Coffee has become so elemental to our world that it’s hard to imagine not having ready and on-demand access to the beverage. But the times may be changing, as a recent article by New York Times science reporter Jonah Engel Bromwich suggests ( Global warming threatens seriously to impact the future of the current coffee-growing […]

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Will Coffee-Growing Regions Reduce by Half in This Century?

Thursday, September 15th, 2016

That is what is predicted in a report by the Climate Institute of Australia., which says that climate change will cause havoc by reducing the land that is suitable for coffee production. That will also impact the livelihood of 25 million coffee farmers throughout the globe and 120 million of the poorest workers in the […]

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