COFFEE MAY REDUCE RISK OF ENDOMETRIAL CANCER

Drinking two or more cups of coffee a day may reduce a woman’s risk of developing endometrial cancer, American researchers have found. Scientists…

STUDY REVEALS CHANGE IN CONSUMPTION PATTERNS

An International Coffee Organization study into drinking patterns has found that fresh roasted coffee has been gaining ground in countries where soluble has…

ENZYME HELPS REDUCE ACRYLAMIDE LEVELS IN COFFEE

Novozymes, which describes itself as a ‘bio-innovation’ company, says an enzyme it has developed can reduce acrylamide levels in coffee by up to…

CHOCOLATE CONFERENCE PLANNED FOR NOVEMBER

A new conference for the international chocolate industry will take place in London later this year. The 2011 Confection Expo will showcase new…

NEW WEBSITE FEATURES RESEARCH ON COFFEE AND HEALTH

The Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee (ISIC) has unveiled a new website focussing on coffee and health, www.coffeeandhealth.org. The site has been…

COFFEE COULD HELP PREVENT BREAST CANCER

Research conducted in Sweden suggests that women who drink lots of coffee may reduce their risk of developing a type of breast cancer,…

KOREAN MARKET MAINTAINS FAST PACE OF GROWTH

South Korea’s per capita coffee consumption is five times greater than consumption in the rest of the Asia Pacific region, and despite the…

CONSUMPTION AMONG YOUNGER DRINKERS REBOUNDS

Releasing data from its 2011 National Coffee Drinking Trends survey, the National Coffee Association (NCA) in the US says the study indicates that…

ROLE OF BEAN HANDLING ON FLAVANOL LEVELS CLARIFIED

Hershey’s reports that as evidence regarding the health benefits of consuming dark chocolate and cocoa mounts, there has been an ongoing debate about…

COCOA COULD HELP PREVENT COLON CANCER

A new study has indicated that eating cocoa could help to prevent intestinal complaints linked to oxidative stress, including the onset of colon…
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