WOMB CANCER RISK COULD BE REDUCED BY COFFEE

Researchers at Imperial College in London say they believe that a woman’s risk of womb cancer can be reduced by exercise, diet and,…

COFFEE LINKED TO REDUCED RISK OF LIVER DISEASE

Regular consumption of coffee is associated with a reduced risk of primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC), an auto-immune liver disease, Mayo Clinic research shows.…

NCA SAYS US CONSUMPTION IS UP BY 5 PER CENT

Overall coffee consumption in the US jumped by 5 per cent in the last 12 months, according to the latest National Coffee Association…

ACRYLAMIDE LEVELS IN COFFEE INCREASING

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) recently published its annual update report on acrylamide levels in food in 25 European countries. Acrylamide is…

COFFEE FLAVOURINGS TARGETED IN DIACETYL LAWSUIT

The National Coffee Association (NCA) in the US says workers at a coffee plant in Texas have sued flavouring manufacturers for exposure to…

PODS STILL DRIVING CONSUMPTION IN FRANCE

As elsewhere in Europe, pods are the single most important factor driving the development of the market in France. Héloïse Terraud, Secretary General…

BRAZILIAN COFFEE CONSUMPTION GROWING STEADILY

Brazilian coffee consumption continues to grow, and is now doing so at a rate of 3 per cent per year, according to the…

CONSUMING COCOA MAY ENHANCE COGNITIVE HEALTH

Consuming drinks that are rich in cocoa every day could help brain health in older adults, a new study claims. The study, published…

MODERATE COFFEE INTAKE “PROTECTS AGAINST STROKE”

A new meta-analysis has found that moderate coffee intake may help protect against ischemic stroke. Presenting the results at the 2012 European Society…

CHOCOLATE MARKET HOLDING UP IN AUSTRALIA

The Australian chocolate and confectionery manufacturing industry has remained resilient despite recession, falling disposable incomes, volatile commodity prices and increasing competition. The advent…
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