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Coffee consumption may increase survival, prevent chronic diseases: Xcenda By DBR Staff Writer
Coffee consumption may increase survival and reduce healthcare costs by preventing chronic disease such as Alzheimer’s, depression, diabetes, heart failure, Parkinson’s and stroke as well as cancer, according to a report by Xcenda.
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Sparkling Drink Systems, Marley Coffee to co-develop coffee pods for ViBEration By DBR Staff Writer
Sparkling Drink Systems International (SDS), the Drinking Experience Company specializing in beverages and at-home carbonation products, has signed a Letter of Intent with Marley Coffee (OTCQB: JAMN), the sustainably grown, ethically farmed and artisan-roasted gourmet coffee company, to create a strategic partnership to produce a range of Marley Coffee-branded coffee pods for use with SDS's ViBEration system.
Non-alcoholic > Hot Drinks > News Starbucks to consolidate stake in Japanese venture By DBR Staff Writer
Starbucks is planning to fully own its Japanese unit by acquiring the 60.5% stake that it does not already own in the entity, for $913.5m.
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Ugandan coffee exports to grow by 3% in 2014
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Coffee exports from Uganda are anticipated to grow by 3% this year as the output increased due to good rainfall in the region.
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Dualit introduces Nespresso compatible tea capsules
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UK-based establishment Dualit has introduced new tea capsules that are compatible with Nespresso and Dualit 3-in-1 machines.
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Costa launches exclusive limited edition roasts
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The UK’s favourite coffee shop brand*, Costa, has today announced that for the first time in the company’s 43-year history, it will launch a series of new coffee roasts which will sit alongside Mocha Italia, Costa’s classic house blend.
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Barnie's CoffeeKitchen expands product presence to Delhaize America grocery stores
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Barnie's CoffeeKitchen announced that Delhaize America grocery stores' Hannaford Supermarkets and Food Lion will begin to carry its coffee products in all 1,283 grocery stores across the Southeast and Northeast.
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Central American farmers produce clean energy from coffee wastewater
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Farmers in Central America have generated clean energy from coffee wastewater, as part of Energy from Coffee Wastewater project undertaken by UTZ Certified.
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Joe’s Tea unveils new tea, Queen of Green
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London's finest organic tea company, Joe's Tea Co has introduced a brand new green tea, Queen of Green.
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Ichitan to build $37m beverage plant in Indonesia
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Thailand-based beverage company Ichitan is planning to form a joint venture with Indonesia's Atri Pasifix to construct a new THB1.18bn ($37m) production plant in Indonesia.
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Keurig Green Mountain and Kraft Foods sign licensing agreement
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Keurig Green Mountain has announced a multi-year licensing, manufacturing, and distribution agreement for Kraft’s branded coffees in Keurig® portion pack formats compatible with Keurig® consumer and commercial brewing systems in the U.S.
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CLR Roasters announces coffee roasting contract for six private label brands
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CLR Roasters, a subsidiary of Youngevity International, has signed a five year agreement totaling up to $10.4m in revenue with JBM Sales & Marketing, a leading specialty food sales and marketing company.
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Matthew Algie to support Ugandan coffee farmers under sustainability project
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Coffee roaster Matthew Algie has launched The Gumutindo Sustainability Project to improve coffee quality and farming practices in Uganda.
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