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Coffee beans could power the cars of the future


The used coffee beans you throw away could help power your car. The process for extracting oil from coffee grounds used to be long and expensive.

 

Four solutions to the disposable coffee cup problem


Since last year, when we were all made aware of the UK’s unrecycled cup mountain, some of us have found it hard to buy a takeaway coffee without being wracked with guilt.

 
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Coca-Cola launches limited-edition coffee flavour


COCA-COLA has unveiled it’s most controversial flavour yet – it’s mixed its imitable fizzy drink with pure COFFEE.

 

These three deadly conditions could be prevented with coffee


Coffee is more popular than ever and drinking it frequently could help prevent diabetes, stroke and Alzheimer’s disease.

 

Three Ways To Brew Your Kenyan Coffee


Are you looking for a quality coffee experience where you can customise the way your cup will be brewed? Connect Coffee Roasters, located on the ground floor of the Riverfront off Riverside Drive is your answer.

 

Your Paper Coffee Cup Is an Eco-Nightmare


It may be shocking to learn that the paper coffee cups you use every morning on the way to work actually cannot really be recycled.

 

Coffee May Affect How You Perceive Sweetness


Coffee is sweet. Totally. But according to the Huffington Post, new research suggests that drinking coffee may decrease you ability to taste sweetness, which may make you crave more sweet things. Less Sweet.

 

This Is The Latest Time Of Day You Can Drink Coffee Without Ruining Your Sleep


Coffee addicts are well aware that, despite the undeniable energy-boosting elements their favourite brew has to offer, caffeine is a drug that affects the entire body’s functionality.

 

These sustainable coffee cups are made from actual coffee


Drinking three cups of coffee a day could add years to your life, but let’s not forget that only one in 400 disposable coffee cups in the UK is recycled, and there’s also evidence that decaf coffee could be destroying the ozone layer.

 

A Company Created A Coffee Cup You Can Eat As A Solution To Our Problem With Plastic


Cupffee is a wafer cup made out of grains that remains solid for up to an hour and does not alter the taste of the drink inside it.