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You'd be surprised by how much raw material goes into the everyday items you use. If you drink at least one cup of coffee per day, you'd need at least 9 coffee trees producing full-time to give you a year's supply.
People are freaking out because Starbucks is bringing the Pumpkin Spice Latte back in late August. Here’s how this year’s launch date actu...
Pumpkin Spice Latte lovers and haters are freaking out about the chain's August 28 launch date. Some people feel a late August debut is too early, and a sure sign of PSL creep.
A European company you’ve never heard of has quietly acquired Panera, Krispy Kreme, and now Insomnia Cookies in its quest to build a coffee empi...
Krispy Kreme is acquiring a majority stake in cookie-delivery chain Insomnia Cookies. JAB Holding acquired Krispy Kreme for $1.35 billion in 2016 and already owns Panera, Au Bon Pain, Caribou Coffee, and Keurig.
The billionaire owner of the Miami Dolphins just invested in this coffee chain that’s about to take over the US. Here’s what it’s li...
Bluestone Lane is about to take over the US with the help of billionaire and Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross. The Australian-inspired chain serves coffee, avocado toast, and tons of other millennial-friendly options. See what it's like to eat there.
Starbucks announced on Monday that planned to eliminated single-use plastic straws globally by 2020. The chain is rolling out more strawless lids, already in use for certain drinks, as well as developing new plastic-free straws.
Most research on coffee consumption indicates that coffee is not bad for us, and is actually associated with some impressive health benefits. Here's why you shouldn't worry about your coffee habit.
A study of half a million people found more evidence that drinking coffee is associated with a longer life
A study published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine reveals that people who drink more coffee have a lower risk for death even if they drink eight or more cups per day and even if their genetics make them slow to process caffeine.
Outgoing Starbucks executive chairman Howard Schultz is worried about the future of your morning coffee ritual. As the Earth warms and weather systems get erratic, farmers that grow coffee around the planet’s midsection are already feeling pressure.
With 12 years of experience, Will Corby, Head of Coffee at Pact, knows a thing or two about making a good cup of joe.
There’s even more evidence that coffee is good for your heart — and 4 cups a day might be the ideal amount
We've known for a while that drinking coffee is associated with a whole host of health benefits, but scientists haven't figured out why. A new study says it might have a lot to do with how caffeine improves the way our cells perform.