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Coffee addiction: Do people consume too much caffeine?

3 September 2014 | Added by Paul Bilkey

US officials are investigating the safety of caffeine in snacks and energy drinks, worried about the "cumulative impact" of the stimulant - which is added to a growing number of products. Is our tea and coffee-fuelled society too dependent on the world's favourite drug?The bubbling kettle, the ar...

Coffee Production

5 January 2014 | Added by Paul Bilkey

The first coffee plantation in Brazil occurred in 1727 when Lt. Col. Francisco de Melo Palheta smuggled seeds, still essentially from the germ plasm originally taken from Yemen to Batavia, from French Guiana. By the 1800s, Brazil's harvests would turn coffee from an elite indulgence to a drink fo...

Good Coffee Is Vital to a Happy Workplace

13 November 2013 | Added by Paul Bilkey

Good Coffee Is Vital to a Happy Workplace When employees are asked to do more with less, smart business managers look for creative, affordable ways to keep staff motivated. Now, new survey findings reveal that small perks like good, free coffee can have a major impact in boosting employee morale....

Coffee lovers are higher paid than tea fans

25 September 2013 | Added by Stephen Spitz

Coffee lovers are higher paid than tea fans

Coffee drinkers earn $3,240 average more than tea drinkers!

Think carefully how you take your caffeine in the morning – a choice between tea and coffee can determine your salary and popula...

Coffee breaks cost us $11.4 billion a year, but only a mug would say no...

23 September 2013 | Added by Paul Crabtree

EMPLOYERS have a reason to discourage their workers from ducking out for a coffee, with new ABS figures showing it costs Australian businesses $11.4 billion a year in a loss of productivity.

A staggering 63 per cent of the state's workers drink a...

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