Archive for the ‘Coffee’ Category

Should you brew coffee while traveling?

Monday, June 18th, 2018

Coffee drinkers take their brews seriously. Some people just cannot get out of bed without that first cup of joe in the morning. Anyone who feels this way knows that they need to do something to get their fix when traveling. Finding a way to get the fix takes some time. Some people think they […]

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Folgers is Attempting to Boost Sales with a New Product

Sunday, June 17th, 2018

For the longest time, Folgers boasted in their advertisements that they were the best part of waking up. It seems that times have changed, however. When people wake up, they want something quick and delicious. Unfortunately, many didn’t think Folgers fit the bill of either of those two things.   When people wake up, they […]

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Starbucks New Uplifting News

Saturday, June 16th, 2018

Starbucks is a very popular coffee franchise that came under a bit of scrutiny recently. This scrutiny is due to their policy concerning non-customers requesting to use their rest-rooms. A manager of a Starbucks called the police and requested that two black men be removed from the Starbucks because they were not making an order. […]

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Coffee Farming Declining in the Congo

Friday, June 15th, 2018

Many farmers in the Democratic Republic of Congo are finding that growing coffee beans is not all that it is cracked out to be, and are increasingly switching over to other crops, such as bananas, that are easier to grow and which the local farmers have more experience growing. This change comes on the heels […]

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Coffee Overload

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

Across the country, there are millions of people that consume several cups of coffee a day. How much coffee is too much coffee? This is a question that arises all the time in health circles. However, there is much more to this question than you might first imagine. For example, it is not the amount […]

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Teens Consuming More Coffee

Wednesday, June 13th, 2018

Take a walk around your local supermarket and you will quickly discover that many of the cereals, candy, and drinks that are marketed to kids are filled with caffeine. Clearly, kids are getting hooked on caffeine at a very early age. Is it any surprise that kids and teens eventually turn to coffee to get […]

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Starbucks Causes Cancer?

Tuesday, June 12th, 2018

Millions of coffee lovers start their day with a hot cup of coffee. This is the routine that really gets their motor running and ready for the day. However, news reports surfaced recently stating that coffee causes cancer. Imagine the shock on the face of your average coffee lover. Their favorite morning brew is bad […]

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Falling Coffee Prices Hurt Producers World Wide

Monday, June 11th, 2018

After Brazil, Colombia is the world largest coffee producer. Half of all of its products go to the United States, meaning the U.S. market is key to the sustainability of the industry. However, lower coffee prices coupled with rising production costs has damaged the Colombian market despite a sudden upswing in coffee production. The result […]

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Coffee for Parents

Sunday, June 10th, 2018

Coffee is that thing that helps a lot of parents make it through the day. If you have ever struggled to get out of bed that sweet coffee aroma may be the thing that lets you build up a higher tolerance to getting through the day. Some people just have to get that sugar rush […]

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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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