Coffee news from the web – n.95

Time Techland – 30 March 2012
Finally, an Espresso Machine for the Car
Handpresso lays claim to being “the undisputed leader of the portable espresso” with its line of handheld espresso makers, but perhaps the company’s greatest gift to coffee lovers on the go has recently landed in the form of the Handpresso Auto […]

Bloomberg News Businessweek –  29 March 2012
Coffee Output in India May Drop for First Time in Five Years
The coffee harvest in India, Asia’s third-biggest supplier, may drop for the first time in five years as dry weather in the main growing region delays crop blossoming, an exporter’s group said […]

Detroit News – 29 March 2012
Cooking with Kids -Coffee cake upholds tradition
Dominic Blatnik, age 7, of Okemos, along with his dad, Larry, made some old-fashioned kuchen. Kuchen is really just a fancy name for coffee cake but this particular recipe came from Dominic’s grandmother, Cecelia Blatnik, who passed away last year […]

Bloomberg News Businessweek – 28 March 2012
Coffee May Gain If Brazil Weather Stays Dry, Goldman Says
Coffee prices may gain if the weather in Brazil, the world’s largest producer, remains dry “in coming months,” Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS) said […]

Daily News Edition – 28 March 2012
Tanzania: Coffee Could Make Farmers Rich If…
Coffee could fetch Tanzania an income, worth over US$ 200 million – (T. Shs 300 billion) in foreign exchange annually, through the implementation of a comprehensive grass-root based intervention mapped out in the ten year national coffee development strategy  […]

WebMD – 28 March 2012
Green Coffee Beans May Aid Weight Loss
Ground green coffee beans, taken daily, seem to spur steady weight loss, according to new research. In asmall, 22-week study, researchers found that 16 overweight men and women lost an average of 17 pounds. They took the green (unroasted) coffee beans in supplement form and, for comparison, took a placebo at a different point of the study […]

Gestion – 28 March 2012
Perú desplazaría a Colombia en producción de café en siete años
El Perú ocupa actualmente el tercer lugar como productor de café en Sudamérica, pero en siete años podría subir un escalón, desplazando así a Colombia, estimó César Rivas, presidente de la Junta Nacional de Café […]

La Tribuna – 26 March 2012
Exportación cafetalera deja $669 millones en Honduras
Tegucigalpa – Honduras ha percibido 669 millones de dólares por exportación de tres millones de quintales de café al mercado internacional, lo que equivale al 50 por ciento de la producción esperada para el presente ciclo 2011-2012 […]

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