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Coffee and Napping Improve Nighttime Highway Driving
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Organic coffee loses appeal for Nicaragua growers
Organic coffee farmer Ventura Rodriguez has spent much of the last month preparing 270,000 coffee seedlings for a new farm to be planted near here this year.
Coffee brewing on the decline
Coffee mixes are popular among call center agents who work on a graveyard shift while out-of-home coffee served in coffee shops and internet cafés are in-demand from young professionals and students.
Competition puts coffee shops through grinder
Closings of area independents highlight difficulty of finding niche as Starbucks gets bigger.
Coffee tasting, but not judging
African farmers showcase their wares at Starbucks event.
Bolivian organic coffee farmers target niche markets
From Carrasco La Reserva, Bolivia.
Colombian coffee icon steps down
The actor who portrayed fictional Colombian coffee icon Juan Valdez for four decades has hung up his trademark poncho for the last time.
A Cup of Hope: Coffee's Lessons
Though problems remain, producers have put the worst days of the coffee crisis behind them, while learning how to improve coffee quality.
Parliament ratifies coffee agreement
Coffee News From Ghana.
Coffee growers look for improvement in prices
Financial Daily: Full of hope. Brazil has the lowest carryover stock in years. Fair demand seen for exports and prices may gather momentum soon.
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