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Nestle starts selling Starbucks-branded coffee in China
Food giant Nestle (NESN.S) on Thursday started selling Starbucks-branded (SBUX.O) coffee in mainland China, seeking to tap growth in a market where it says coffee consumption per capita remains low compared to global standards.
Coffee has surprising effect on mental health
For some people, coffee maybe just a source of caffeine, and they may consume it to fulfill their addiction; but in reality, this beverage has a complex combination of chemical compounds. Coffee is grown in almost 70 countries around the world, and it has a long history of surprising health benefits.
Coffee farmers meet in Brazil amid crisis, seek alternatives
Organizations representing coffee farmers from around the world will meet next week in Brazil as the sector faces one of its hardest times, with prices barely covering production costs and pushing farmers out of business.
US company plans to roast coffee beans in space
Think about a hot cup of delicious coffee, made from the finest beans roasted by the heat of a space capsule reentering the Earth’s atmosphere from orbit.
How black coffee can reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes
The rate at which type 2 diabetes is increasing around the world is really high. It is important to understand what measures can prevent the disease and also which of them can increase your risk of developing it.
Robot serving coffee at Davos to show people what's in store for the future
"Hi, I would like a robot coffee!," a female participant at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos said as she arrived at the Garden Lounge in the main congress center.
Here is how coffee can help protect your brain
Coffee is credited for tons of health merits. It can help lower your risk of several health ailments including diabetes type II, cardiovascular diseases, and neurological disorders as well.
Love of coffee may be genetic
Coffee's bitter taste shouldn't be a selling point. But a genetic variant explains why so many people love the brew, a new study suggested.
Coffee may be able to help people with a common skin condition
There are several benefits to drinking coffee, including protection against a common skin problem, according to new report.
Coffee may have another perk for kidney patients
Could that morning cup of joe bring a health boost to people battling kidney disease?
South Korea bans coffee in schools
Students and teachers in South Korea will need to find new ways of staying alert through the long school day, after the government said on Friday it will ban coffee sales in schools.
Scent of coffee appears to boost performance in math
Drinking coffee seems to have its perks. In addition to the physical boost it delivers, coffee may lessen our risk of heart disease, diabetes and dementia. Coffee may even help us live longer. Now, there's more good news: research at Stevens Institute of Technology reveals that the scent of coffee alone may help people perform better on the analytical portion of the Graduate Management Aptitude Test, or GMAT, a computer adaptive test required by many business schools.
Drinking six or more cups of coffee daily may boost longevity
Go ahead and have that cup of coffee, maybe even several more. New research shows it may boost chances for a longer life, even for those who down at least eight cups daily.
Coffee may decrease risk for liver conditions
More good news for coffee lovers: Having three or more cups of coffee each day may help ward off serious liver ailments, new research suggested.
UK’s coffee chain vows to boost cup recycling
The UK's biggest coffee chain Costa Coffee has said it will recycle as many disposable cups as it sells by 2020 in a bid to reduce landfill waste.

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