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Your cup of java at peril: Climate change may halve coffee-growing area, says study

Aug 30, 2016

Your cup of java at peril: Climate change may halve coffee-growing area, says study

By 2080, scientists think wild coffee, which is important for genetic diversity of farmed coffee, could be extinct. #climate change #coffee #Tanzania #Nicaragua #Central America #wild coffee #Fairtrade Australia & New Zealand #coffee growers
Coffee lovers, rejoice! Drinking coffee may do more good than harm

Jul 04, 2016

Coffee lovers, rejoice! Drinking coffee may do more good than harm

Coffee lovers can now rejoice because drinking moderate amounts of coffee may have more benefits than risks in adults, a new study has found. #NewsTracker #Health #coffee #Coffee and health #FPHealth #coffee good for health #coffee addiction
Everything is better with mate: Uruguayans defend national drink after WHO's cancer warning

Jun 17, 2016

Everything is better with mate: Uruguayans defend national drink after WHO's cancer warning

Along with the hot-drink warning, the WHO removed mate from a blacklist of drinks whose contents were thought to cause cancer. #World Health Organization #coffee #Uruguay #SliceOfLife #cancer warning #mate
Not coffee, but 'very hot' beverages can cause cancer, says WHO

Jun 15, 2016

Not coffee, but 'very hot' beverages can cause cancer, says WHO

Drinking very hot coffee and other drinks "probably" causes cancer of the oesophagus, a UN agency said on Wednesday, but lifted suspicion from a cup of joe at "normal serving temperatures". #NewsTracker #coffee #World Health Organisation #International Agency for Research on Cancer #hot beverages #carcinogenic beverages
Coffee output expected to drop to lowest in two decades

May 17, 2016

Coffee output expected to drop to lowest in two decades

India's coffee output in the next crop year is expected to drop by around a quarter to the lowest in nearly two decades as poor rains and hot temperatures hit plantations during the crucial flowering stage, the head of an industry body said. #NewsTracker #coffee #Bengaluru #Rains
Did you know six cups of coffee a day may cut multiple sclerosis risk?

Mar 04, 2016

Did you know six cups of coffee a day may cut multiple sclerosis risk?

Excessive intake of coffee is likely to reduce the risk of multiple sclerosis (MS), an autoimmune condition affecting the nerve cells, finds a study. #Health #coffee #Multiple sclerosis #health benefits of coffee
Do you like your coffee black? You may be a psychopath, says new study

Oct 15, 2015

Do you like your coffee black? You may be a psychopath, says new study

A fondness for bitter-tasting food and drinks, such as black coffee, may be a sign of dark personality traits, including Machiavellianism, sadism and narcissism, according to a new study. #didyouknow #coffee #Appetite #Shareworthy #black coffee #bitter foods #Christina Sagioglou #Tobias Greitemeye #Comprehensive Assessment of Sadistic Tendencies
No immediate plan for FDI in coffee, rubber plantation: Govt

Aug 19, 2015

No immediate plan for FDI in coffee, rubber plantation: Govt

India exported coffee worth $803 million in 2014-15 against $799 million in 2013-14. #Defence #NewsTracker #FDI #coffee #tyre #Amitabh Kant #rubber
Exports contract by 11.19% to $24 bn in Jan, gems and jewellery disappoint

Feb 13, 2015

Exports contract by 11.19% to $24 bn in Jan, gems and jewellery disappoint

Imports declined by 11.39 percent to $32.2 billion during the month under review, leaving a trade deficit of $8.32 billion, according to the data released by the commerce ministry. #Economy #Gold #Rice #NewsTracker #coffee #exports #Tobacco #imports #Tea #Spices
Tata-Starbucks expansion venture looks to take the world by storm

Nov 10, 2014

Tata-Starbucks expansion venture looks to take the world by storm

Leading hot beverage joint venture Tata-Starbucks Ltd. is marketing its Indian blended coffee in global markets, including Asia and the US. #coffee #Tata #Starbucks #Expansion