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…

REDUCED CALORIE CHOCOLATE EXPLAINED

Cargill’s cocoa & chocolate business has unveiled details of the technology behind the first chocolate to achieve EU-approved ‘reduced calorie’ status. Cargill claims…

NEW RESEARCH CONFIRMS LINK BETWEEN FLAVANOLS AND BLOOD PRESSURE

New research undertaken at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) seems to confirm that consuming high concentrations of flavanols – such as…

COFFEE CONSUMPTION LINKED TO BETTER HEART HEALTH

Drinking several cups of coffee or tea a day appears to protect against heart disease, a 13-year study from The Netherlands has found,…

LINDT USA CONTINUES EXPANSION

Lindt & Sprungli has unveiled a new cocoa processing facility at its US headquarters in Stratham, New Hampshire. The 40,000ft2, multi-million Dollar cocoa…

CHINA COULD BECOME SIZEABLE COCOA MARKET

However you measure it – and the way the International Cocoa Organization (ICCO) does is to look at the level of net imports…

EATING CHOCOLATE COULD LOWER CHOLESTEROL LEVELS

A study carried out by Chinese researchers suggests that consuming chocolate could reduce cholesterol levels in some people. Dr Rutai Hui of the…

COFFEE CONSUMPTION IN THE US REMAINS STABLE

Despite what it called “sustained economic challenges,” a consistent number of consumers in the US continue to drink coffee on any given day,…

COFFEE DRINKERS LESS AFFECTED BY ATRIAL FIBRILLATION

Coffee drinkers are less likely to be hospitalized for heart rhythm disturbances, according to a report presented at the American Heart Association’s 50th…

BRAZIL SET TO BECOME WORLD’S LARGEST CONSUMER

Although it is likely to narrowly miss earlier domestic consumption targets set for this year, Brazil’s domestic consumption continues to increase quickly, thanks…
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