“'The most important thing we’ve learned about coffee over the past 20 years is that there’s very little indication that it’s bad for you,' says Edward Giovannucci, M.D., a professor of epidemiology and nutrition at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. 'If anything, there’s more evidence that it may be healthy to drink.'”
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"Beyond the buzz created around the early release of Starbuck’s Pumpkin Spice Latte, there is something big brewing in the U.S. coffee market. American’s consumption habits are shifting across the beverage industry, and consumers are increasingly seeking their next caffeine fix from chilled, on-the-go coffee options over energy drinks and carbonated soft drinks."
ItÛªs that time of year again for falling leaves, football games, and the annual tradition of limited-time-offer pumpkin specialty drinks. Turns out that itÛªs one of the favorite times of the year for foodservice operators who offer the limited-time drinks because their businesses benefit in more ways than one, reports The NPD Group.
"Customers are paying to trade places with the barista. Latte classes are the hottest thing to come from the coffee bar. Many artisanal coffee operations have gone from being coffee shops to full-fledged coffee educators. Upscale coffee shops are opening their barista training up to the general public