According to a new study to be published in the 25 June 2008 edition of the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, you may only need to smell the rich aroma of coffee to send a wake up call to the brain rather than drink it.
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Eight O’Clock(R) Coffee, America’s best selling whole bean coffee company, launched an advertising campaign today that will air on broadcast and cable television stations. The national ad campaign showcases results from a recent study revealing that the taste of Eight O’Clock Coffee’s Original Ground Coffee is preferred over Starbucks(R) House Blend Ground Coffee in blind taste tests(1).
The DeCaf Company, LLC, an advanced polymers research and prototype company that has invented and patented high-tech polymers, today announced a scientific breakthrough that will allow coffee or tea drinkers to reduce and control the amount of caffeine within their beverages — all within a matter of seconds — and without compromising the taste and quality of the drink.
Everyone knows that the Olympic Games are held every four years, but did you know that the World Champion of Coffee is crowned annually? Not just a means of waking up and remaining alert in the office anymore, coffee now serves as the basis of the World Barista Championship.
The Organic Consumers Association (OCA) is deeply disappointed that Starbucks continues to drag its heels on a five-year-old commitment to offer consumers an alternative to milk and dairy products derived from cows injected with Monsanto’s controversial recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone (rBGH). Furthermore OCA is outraged that company staff in at least one Starbucks location in Washington, DC threw numerous signed letters against rBGH from paying customers into the trash when these customers attempted to give them to the manager.
The Coca-Cola Company today announced that it will launch Coca-Cola Blak in January in France, the first of several countries, including the United States, that are expected to introduce the new Coca-Cola and coffee fusion in 2006.