If you down a daily cup of coffee, like 61 percent of Americans, you probably keep an eye on the headlines about coffee’s impact on your health. They seem to change as quickly as the time it takes to brew a pot. Consumer Reports tells us if we should savor every drop or cut down on what we drink.
In addition to writing names and marking the number of special syrups and additions to customers’ cups, some Starbucks baristas might begin scribbling the words “race together” on customers’ beverages in an effort to spark conversations.
A lot of folks got a tasty surprise when they pulled up to the drive thru window to pay for their morning coffee.
Trial begins for Texas doctor accused of poisoning former lover's coffee. Phil Archer reports
Participating McDonald's restaurants in the U.S. are giving away free coffee every morning for two weeks.
J.M. Smucker Co said on Tuesday that it had raised list prices on most of its U.S. packaged coffee, primarily the well-known Folgers and Dunkin' Donuts brands, for the first time since 2011 because of soaring green coffee costs.
Your morning cup of joe can help open your eyes and your blood vessels!
FDA examines use of caffeine as a food additive.
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