Coffee leaf tea: A healthier option? – Examiner.com

While caffeine addicts pray that researchers would find great news that coffee or tea wards off illness, especially during the nasty flu season, scientists at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew, London, and the Joint Research Unit for Crop Diversity, Adaptation and Development in Montpellier have discovered a potentially healthier option to two of the most widely used (ahem, or … Read More

BIKER BOOST: New coffee shop targets cyclists – Santa Rosa Press Gazette

 This month a new coffee shop opened in Milton geared toward cyclists — or any other caffeine lovers. Located inside Bikes Plus, 5262 Steward St., the Broken Spoke Café has tables and chairs, Wi-Fi, coffee, tea and specialty drinks — everything any coffee shop would have, according to Patrick Wilkes, owner of the Milton Bikes Plus store. Broken Spoke … Read More

New coffee and sandwich shop to open downtown – Dayton Business Journal

Donna Abbott Vlahos | The Business Review Cape Verde Cafe will take the 1,500-square-foot space at the intersection of Ludlow Street and Fifth Street in downtown Dayton.  A new coffee and sandwich shop is coming to downtown Dayton in the next few weeks. Cape Verde Cafe will take the 1,500-square-foot space previously occupied by Ohio Coffee Co., at the intersection … Read More

Patrick Dempsey wants to buy Seattle coffee shop – Fox News

Patrick Dempsey arrives for the premiere of “Transformers: Dark of The Moon” in New York on June 28, 2011.Reuters Patrick Dempsey says he wants to rescue a coffee house chain and more than 500 jobs. The “Grey’s Anatomy” star said Wednesday he’s leading a group attempting to buy Tully’s Coffee. The Seattle-based company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in … Read More

January blood donors getting pound of Dunkin' coffee – Foster's Daily Democrat

With the holidays winding down, there is no better time than now to consider giving something that means something and doesn’t cost anything….donate blood. The winter months can be a challenging time for blood collection. For the month of January, the American Red Cross Blood Services is partnering with Dunkin’ Donuts. As a thank you, each presenting donor … Read More

Best Coffee of 2012: Stauf's Coffee Roasters – columbusunderground

One new category that we added for our Readers’ Survey in 2012 is Best Coffee. And we felt justified in introducing it this year since several new cafes and roasteries opened this year, including Mission, Hemisphere Mobile Coffee Cart, Grandview Grind and One Line, just to name a few. When it comes to the best of the best though, our … Read More

Coffee Makes You a Better Writer, Study Indicates – eMaxHealth

It’s a well-known fact that a cup of coffee or two in the morning gives us the energy push we need to clear our minds and get busy on a project. In fact, psychology researchers from Tufts University have recently published a paper in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied that caffeine is particularly a great stimulant that enhances a … Read More

Have another cup of coffee – it’s good for you! – Forbes

My favorite science studies are the ones that tell us that what we’re already doing is good for us. This story fits the bill. In the American Journal of Epidemiology this month, Janet Hildebrand and colleagues reported on a large study looking at the effects of coffee on throat cancers. Let’s get right to the good news: drinking coffee seems to reduce your risk … Read More

Volcafe Says Vietnam's Coffee Harvest Is Ending on Good Weather – Businessweek

Coffee harvesting in Vietnam, the world’s largest producer of the robusta variety, is ending as good weather helped pickings, according to Volcafe, the coffee unit of commodities trader ED&F Man Holdings Ltd. Vietnam’s 2012-13 season started in October and output is forecast to be 25 million bags, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. That is the second-biggest crop after … Read More