Archive for the ‘Coffee’ 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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Is Happy Mug in a Lull?

Friday, June 16th, 2017

Happy Mug is a coffee company found in northwestern Pennsylvania. They are responsible for selling to consumers and businesses around the country. They offer on roasted and roasted coffee, organic tea, and all done at affordable prices.   There has been a significant amount of talk recently regarding quality control. Additionally, some of the roads […]

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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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Front Coffee Leads the Way in San Francisco

Wednesday, June 14th, 2017

There are many great coffee shops in San Francisco. One of the best is Front Coffee, located at the intersection of Flower Grove and Dartmouth Street. It was once simply a place to hang out and enjoy the company of others, but Front Coffee has grown into a delicacy. As one of the smaller stores […]

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Starbucks Tests Coffee Ice Cubes

Tuesday, June 13th, 2017

If you have ever used Pinterest, the social media platform of choice for crafty gals and wine moms, you probably know the coffee ice cube “hack.” To avoid watering down your iced coffee, freeze some coffee in an ice cube tray, then add it to your drink. Instead of diluting your morning joe, you’ll actually […]

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Starbucks Coffee: Bittersweet Employment

Monday, June 12th, 2017

Coffee-giant Starbucks is generally known for treating its baristas with respect, at least in the form of decent wages and access to limited education assistance. Recently however, they have faced backlash as baristas have come forward with claims that they are overworked and underpaid. Although the company recently put forward an initiative intended to improve […]

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Avocado Latte Trend Goes Viral

Sunday, June 11th, 2017

Just when you thought hipster foodie trends couldn’t get any more ridiculous, a new trend emerges: the avocado latte. But how did this strange concoction come to be? Truman Café in Melbourne, Australia, posted a video of the drink to Instagram with the caption, “Combining two of Melbourne’s obsessions – lattes and avo,” with a […]

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Coffee May Reduce Your Risk Of Liver Cancer

Saturday, June 10th, 2017

If you enjoy drinking coffee, then you will be happy to know that it can protect your liver. There was a study done that showed that people who drink coffee are less likely to get liver cancer. Researchers have found that coffee can reduce the risk of hepatocellular cancer, which is the most common form […]

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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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British Study Says Drinking Coffee Can Cut Risk of Liver Cancer

Thursday, June 8th, 2017

According to a study by the Universities of Southampton and Edinburgh, consuming two cups of coffee per day can reduce the risk of liver cancer by one third. Citing data from 2.25 million participants, researchers discovered that coffee drinkers are less susceptible to hepatocellular cancer (HCC), one of the most commonly occuring forms of liver […]

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