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Coffee as a health drink?

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Past research has linked coffee consumption to reduced mortality and suggested protective effects against diabetes and cancer. Now, a study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine says that adding a bit of sugar to your cup does not eliminate observed mortality effects, contrary to concerns that sweetener might negate the brew’s benefits. In fact, the study showed that those who drank 1.5 to 4.5 cups a day, even with a teaspoon of sugar, were up to 30 percent less likely to die during a seven-year period than non-coffee drinkers.…

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Coffee as a health drink?

3 mins read

Past research has linked coffee consumption to reduced mortality and suggested protective effects against diabetes and cancer. Now, a study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine says that adding a bit of sugar to your cup does not eliminate observed mortality effects, contrary to concerns that sweetener might negate the brew’s benefits. In fact,…

Starbucks Partners with Ocean Conservancy to Welcome Reusables Back in Stores

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On June 22, Starbucks introduced a new contactless procedure to allow customers to use their clean, personal reusable cups in-stores. From August 3 – 16, at participating stores, each time a customer orders a beverage to be served in a clean personal reusable cup, Starbucks will donate $1 to Ocean Conservancy to support Ocean Conservancy’s…

Coffee Doesn’t Raise Your Risk for Heart Rhythm Problems

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In the largest study of its kind, an investigation by UC San Francisco has found no evidence that moderate coffee consumption can cause cardiac arrhythmia.…

Starbucks Partners with Tan France to Stir up Your Coffee Routine

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The FINANCIAL --  After more than a year of ‘been there, (over)done that’ daily routines, Starbucks is partnering with style expert Tan France to kick off its “Stir It Up” campaign. As part of the campaign, Tan is sharing his tips and tricks to add a little “wow” to your daily routine—starting with infusing some…

Nestlé scientists discover unique low carbon and drought resistant coffee varieties

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The FINANCIAL -- With the company committed to achieving net zero emissions by 2050, Nestlé last year published a roadmap laying out how it will achieve the goal. Reducing the carbon footprint of key agricultural raw materials such as cocoa, milk and coffee, will play a vital role, Nestlé notes.…