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1: It turns out you have probably been drinking your coffee at the wrong time for years.
2: National Geographic Traveler magazine will take a second cup of Spokane, at least when it comes to its coffee. Washington
3: Layer on the coffee market’s notorious price volatility and add the threat of climate change to crop yields, it is not surprising that global coffee supply chains need to be re-imagined and fortified.
4: A machine in the boot of his car is able to grind coffee beans to make a fresh cup during freezing temperatures.
5: As more and more people are drinking coffee, more and more coffee shops are offering unique services to draw them in, such as reserving high-end coffee beans for particular customers. Japan
6: A company from Cambridgeshire has become the first in the world to turn our obsession with fresh coffee into clean fuel.
7: Americans drink over 280 million cups of coffee each day at home, amounting to over 102 billion home-brewed cups of coffee a year.
8: The Alabama Coffee Fest, which is AMOR’s second multicultural event in the state, is also the group’s biggest fundraiser.
9: How to wake up and sell the coffee.
10: Now why would you need a battery-powered, rugged coffee maker, you might ask.
11: The Adolphus Hotel in Downtown Dallas will soon be home to Otto’s, a new coffee shop that will encourage patrons to chill with a cup of joe all day long.
12: Vigil says that coffee and tea “can and should” count toward your daily eight-or-so cups of water per day.