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  • Shade coffee can help farmers and wildlife in Ethiopia
  • "Frank discussions" needed to address poverty and labour issues
  • CME Group and ICE Futures Europe unveil new cocoa contracts
  • Keurig Green Mountain plans next stage of single-serve revolution
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NEUHAUS NEOTEC GREEN COFFEE SOLUTION FOR NESTLE
Neuhaus Neotec recently designed and implemented the entire green coffee handling solution for the production of Nescafe Dolce Gusto capsules in Schwerin, Germany.
TEN PEAKS SEES GROWTH IN PROCESSING AND REVENUES
Ten Peaks Coffee Company says it maintained "robust sales momentum" during the three months ended 31 December 2014 and that as a result 2014 was a record year for the company.
COFFEE PEST DETECTED ON OAHU
The Hawaii Department of Agriculture has confirmed the presence of coffee berry borer on coffee farms owned by Dole Foods in Waialua, Oahu.
RAINFALL IN BRAZIL ALLEVIATES CROP CONCERNS
Concerns about the effect that the recent drought might have on Brazil's forthcoming coffee crop have been alleviated by rainfall in February 2015, causing prices to plunge.
EFSA RULING MIGHT SPUR DECAF CONSUMPTION
Despite little change in consumption of decaffeinated coffee in Europe and the US, proposed legislation in Europe could help drive demand in future.
MORE THAN THREE QUARTERS OF AMERICANS DRINK COFFEE
The NCA's 2015 National Coffee Drinking Trends study has found that more than three-quarters of Americans drink coffee.
COUNTING THE COST OF CHINA'S COFFEE STRATEGY
China could soon become a leading producer of Arabica coffee, but concerns have been raised about the environmental consequences of Chinese coffee development.
NEW YEAST MAKES CHOCOLATE MORE DELICIOUS
Researchers claim to have developed a yeast that unlocks the flavour and aroma precursors in cocoa beans and enriches flavour development in chocolate made with the cocoa.
SIERRA LEONE COCOA FIRM GETTING BACK ON ITS FEET
Agriterra says its cocoa division remains an important component of the group, despite operations in Sierra Leone having been affected by the Ebola outbreak in the country.
COFFEE COULD REDUCE RISK OF HEART ATTACK
A study conducted in South Korea suggests that people consuming 3-5 cups of coffee a day have a reduced risk of clogged arteries and heart attack.
COMMISSION INVESTIGATES CARGILL/ADM MERGER
The European Commission is to assess whether the proposed acquisition of the industrial chocolate business of Archer Daniels Midland by Cargill is in line with EU merger regulations.
CHOCOLATE "TOO CHEAP TO BE SUSTAINABLE"
Current initiatives and programmes are not sufficient to tackle the challenges that cocoa farming is facing, says the 2015 Cocoa Barometer.
CHANGES IN HUMIDITY CAN ADVERSELY AFFECT COFFEE TREES
Research suggests that changes in humidity levels that might be associated with climate change could have a significant effect on coffee trees.
COULD YOU RUN YOUR CAR ON COFFEE?
Research from the Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies in the UK shows that waste coffee could be used to make biodiesel.
SUSTAINABLE HARVEST TO ASSESS EFFECT OF PACKAGING
Sustainable Harvest has launched a project which it hopes will provide insight into the effect of different types of packaging on green coffee.
COFFEE CONTAINS PROTEIN SIMILAR TO MORPHINE
Coffee contains a protein that has an effect similar to morphine, scientists at the University of Brasilia and Brazilian agriculture research company Embrapa have discovered.
SMART CARD CONCEPT WORKING WELL IN COLOMBIA
FNC's Smart Coffee ID Card "has become a vital tool for financial inclusion and change in Colombia's rural sector," according to the Better Than Cash Alliance.
MASSIMO ZANETTI TO OPEN COFFEE OUTLETS IN CHINA
Massimo Zanetti Beverage Group has signed an agreement with TNPI, an Asian group specialising in the retail and coffee chain markets, to develop a network of franchised coffee shops.
MONDELEZ AND FLOCERT COLLABORATE ON VERIFICATION
Mondelez International and FLOCERT have unveiled a partnership to verify cocoa volumes and commercial transactions for the company's USD 400 million 'Cocoa Life' programme.
BEAR TO DELIVER COCOA PROCESSING PLANT TO CAMEROON
German company BEAR Mills & Tanks GmbH has signed a deal with a local Cameroonian investor to build a cocoa processing plant near Yaounde.
CRIMSON CUP EXPANDS TO NEW ROASTING AND DIST. CENTRE
Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea, an Ohio-based coffee roaster, has opened a new 20,000 sq ft roasting and distribution centre in Columbus, Ohio.
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