Shaped by the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC), these guidelines have an enormous impact on US perceptions and behaviors regarding nutrition and health, which is why it’s critical to communicate the science on coffee and health.
Setting the stage for the next evolution of the 2020-2025 US Dietary Guidelines, which are now well underway.
The good news, challenges, and opportunities facing the global coffee community. Preview of the World Coffee Producers Forum in Brazil.
A recent article in National Geographic helps explain the latest research behind why you love (or don’t love) coffee.
Recently, there’s been a flurry of media activity around a long-pending legal case in California, which could potentially result in mandatory “cancer warning” labels on all coffee cups and packaging. The headlines have been confusing, and sometimes even alarming.
An unprecedented scientific review on caffeine safety confirms that drinking up to four cups of coffee daily, or about 400 milligrams of caffeine, is “not associated with overt, adverse effects” in healthy adults.