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Counter Culture Coffee Earns B Corp Certification, Offers Education Opps

Durham, NC—Celebrating its 25th year in business, Counter Culture Coffee announced that it has achieved Certified B Corporation status. The brand also released its...
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Mayorga Organics to Donate 100% of Online Sales

Miami, FL—In response to recent hurricane damage in Central America, Mayorga Organics  has committed to donating 100% of its e-commerce revenue between November 18...

Functional Coffee Ingredient

Phenolaeis has launched a functional coffee targeting wellness. Available for white labeling, the coffee contains Palm Fruit Bioactive Complex (PFBc), and can be combined...

Probiotic Mushroom Coffee

Four Sigmatic has introduced Mushroom Ground Coffee with Probiotics, a beverage blended with functional mushrooms, probiotics and prebiotics. Made with a base of Fair...

Plant-Powered Coffee

Koia has introduced Koia Coffee. Containing 9 grams of complete plant-powered protein, 5g of MCTs sourced from coconuts and no sugar, Koia Coffee is...

Health Impact of Coffee Affected By Preparation, Study Finds

Sweden—Filtered coffee can help reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to new research from Chalmers University of Technology and Umeå University. Filtered...

Study: Caffeine May Offset Some Risks of Fat, Sugar

Champaign, IL—Caffeine may offset some of the negative health effects of a diet high in fat and sugar, according to an animal study from...

Serving up a Cup of Cozy Calm

Bring out the flannels and haunted hayrides— it’s fall, folks! And as the temps settle to a comfortable cool, people will be warming up...

Coffee Intake Associated with Lower Risk of Symptomatic Gallstones

Coffee intake is associated with low risk of symptomatic gallstone disease (GSD), according to a new study published in the Journal of Internal Medicine. Researchers...

Coffee May Help Weight Loss—By Stimulating “Brown Fat”

Nottingham, UK—Drinking coffee can stimulate brown fat, the body’s fat-fighting defenses, according to a press release from the University of Nottingham. Brown adipose tissue (BAT)...