Coffee culture is resurgent in China. Coffee culture is resurgent in China. A New Zealand-based café franchise group Esquires has signed a deal with a Shenzhen-based property company to open 30 additional...

2014: ready-to-drink coffee, bottled water and energy drinks grew but carbonated soft drinks lost out, US stats The US liquid refreshment beverage market grew at a noteworthy rate in 2014 after having...

Drinking coffee may be associated with a lower risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS), according to a study from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore. The study, published in...

EFSA opens caffeine finding to further scrutiny The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has launched an open consultation on the draft scientific opinion on the safety of caffeine that was presented...

Caffeine linked to increased soft drink consumption, but industry says Deakin study is ‘flawed’ A study that links caffeine with increased consumption of soft drinks is ‘flawed’, according to the...

Retail Food Group acquires Di Bella coffee brand Australia’s largest multi-brand retail food franchisor and wholesale coffee roaster, Retail Food Group (RFG) has announced its entry into a $30 million...

Lithuania ban on energy drink sales to under 18s comes in with broader restrictions and warnings From November 2014, Lithuania has become the first Baltic State to ban the sale of energy drinks to anyone...

Chilled coffee market gains global momentum Chilled ready-to-drink (RTD) or iced coffee has been seeing a period of strong product and market activity in recent years, according to market research organisation...

Retail Food Group acquisition of Gloria Jean’s will transform the Australian-listed RFG into coffee powerhouse Australia’s largest multi-brand retail food franchisor and leading wholesale coffee...

Coffee good for the liver, even if decaffeinated, study Drinking coffee, caffeinated or not, may benefit liver health, according to new research from the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, Maryland. The...