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Every day around 3 million airline passengers in the skies over the US eat and drink on flights. But offered one, they are likely to reply with a firm “No thank you” or a less polite “No way.” Read more

Tea Report

Coffee cherry skins and husks may be the materials that can help alleviate chronic illness related to obesity, according to recently published research. Read more

Coffee Report

Roasters are at the forefront of the CBD wave, seeking to enhance the health benefits of coffee while avoiding regulatory sanctions following federal decriminalization of the non-psychoactive compound. Read more

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Irradiation has not yet reached tea but the widespread use of the practice on spices in many blends means that it is already here. Read more

Tea Report

They are likely to become more and more part of the discussions of tea health and safety, given their growing spread and contamination of more and more areas of the environment, through industrialization. Read more

Tea Report

A recent article in Scientific Reports adds new evidence that drinking coffee is healthy for you. Read more

Coffee Report

The California coffee vs. cancer controversy is over. The long-standing legal challenge ended in early June when a state regulator found a way to circumvent a court ruling and then convinced the state’s Office of Administrative Law to agree. Read more

Coffee Report

The focus of research on the potential health benefits of tea has increasingly moved from the leaf in the cup to extracted biochemical compounds in the test tube. One of these is the “magic molecule” EGCG. Read more

Tea Report

Research on the potential health benefits of tea has moved from the leaf to extracted biochemical compounds in a test tube. The “magic molecule” in green tea shows powerful potential for cancer treatment. Add to this quantum dots. Read more

Tea Report

A new study indicates caffeine may activate genetic circuitry to help treat medical conditions. Read more

Coffee Report

Research studies are now able to show specific molecular cause-effect relationships instead of correlations that are suggestive but do not meet standards of scientific evidence. Read more

Tea Report

South Korea’s artisan tea makers are losing their youth to big city dreams – but with a global rise in organic tea sales, Jiri Mountain’s organic tea could become more sought-after than ever. Read more

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The European Food Safety Authority has awarded Unilever a positive opinion on its health claim that black tea improves people’s attention span. The EFSA endorsement is a first involving tea. Read more

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Propisition 65

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The reason coffee sold in California must carry a warning label is to inform consumers of the potential hazard from drinking potential carcinogens. But what if the proven overall benefit in reducing cancers outweighs the potential harm? Read more

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Why, given the hundreds of studies that show coffee is good for health, did a California judge rule that coffee must be labeled a carcinogen in that state? Read more

Features

Propisition 65

Photo by Larry Kozimor

California has repealed Proposition 65 warnings. But, squelch the impulse to cheer. It’s a repeal with a monstrous replacement. Read more

Features

Like the fabled “better mousetrap,” inventors have long pursued the self-chilling can. Read more

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    woman choosing cold bottle of water or beverage on shelves in supermarket store.

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