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  • The Pro-Trump Covfefe Coffee Brand Has Been Canceled by Chase Bank

    02/06/2021 4:00:43 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 84 replies
    PJ Media ^ | 02/06/2021 | Matt Margolis
    Chase Bank has abruptly stopped a pro-Trump coffee company from using its payment processing service, WePay, and is currently preventing them from withdrawing any funds.Covfefe Coffee, founded in 2018, brands itself as “Coffee For Deplorables By Deplorables.” The company, which says their goal is to “provide proud to Americans access to world-class coffee without having to fund your political and cultural opponents,” was informed via email on Wednesday that they would no longer be able to use their payment processing service because payments were “for one or more of the activities prohibited by” their terms of service.“Unfortunately, you will no...
  • This New Coffee Has Serious Health Benefits, Science Says

    01/18/2021 7:37:39 PM PST · by be-baw · 47 replies
    Yahoo ^ | January 18, 2021 | Amy Capetta
    Coffee lovers may soon be in for a brand new wellness perk. Food scientists from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have developed a probiotic-rich coffee and tea, which are designed to boost digestive health. The two doctoral students claim that not only do these good-for-your-gut drinks contain as many as 1 billion units of live probiotics, but they can be stored at room temperature for more than 14 weeks without losing their effectiveness. And they taste delicious. ... Unfortunately, you'll have to wait a while longer to get your hands on fermented coffees and teas. The NUS researchers have...
  • Dunkin' introducing 'Extra Charged Coffee' with 20% more caffeine

    12/30/2020 3:06:00 PM PST · by BenLurkin · 55 replies
    fox ^ | 12/30/2020 | Michael Bartiromo | Fox News
    On Wednesday, participating Dunkin’ locations across the nation will begin offering hot or iced versions of its new Extra Charged Coffee, which is made with green coffee extract to give customers "an extra boost" of caffeine. The company added that it aimed to achieve its caffeine-forward Extra Charged Coffee with green coffee extract, rather than a shot of espresso, to avoid changing the "flavor profile" of the Original Blend coffee that its customers already "know and love." For Dunkin’s more adventurous customers, the brand is also introducing two completely new coffee blends: Dunkin’ Explorer Batch, a medium roast featuring "dark...
  • The Most Dangerous Way to Drink Your Coffee, According to Science

    12/28/2020 10:46:04 AM PST · by mylife · 184 replies
    eat this not that ^ | 12/23/2020 | Keenan Mayo
    t's one of the most elegant and environmentally responsible ways to prepare your morning cup of coffee, but if you're regularly using a French press, you could be doing serious damage to your body in the long run, according to a study published in The European Journal of Preventive Cardiology. "Unfiltered coffee contains substances which increase blood cholesterol," explains study author Dag Thelle, a senior professor in the public health and community medicine department of the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. "Using a filter removes these and makes heart attacks and premature death less likely."
  • Coffee is Being Widely Used as a COVID-19 Diagnostic Tool

    12/17/2020 12:36:55 PM PST · by TChad · 42 replies
    Roast Magazine ^ | December 14, 2020 | Daily Coffee News Staff of Roast Magazine
    A DCN review of scientific literature and anecdotal advice from scholars of taste and smell shows dozens of examples of coffee being used as the barometer for a kind of sniff-test for COVID-19, in part for its distinct smell and also for its availability in homes throughout the world.The CDC now lists the loss of smell, known as anosmia, as one of the most common symptoms of COVID-19, with most recent studies indicating that about 50% to as much as 80% of people testing positive for the virus have suffered from anosmia.
  • Coffee, green tea may extend life for people with Type 2 diabetes

    10/26/2020 4:23:57 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 29 replies
    UPI ^ | OCT. 22, 2020 | Serena Gordon,
    If you've got type 2 diabetes and love drinking green tea or coffee, new research suggests you may be reducing your odds of a premature death. But you need to really love these drinks. The study found that having four or more cups of green tea along with two cups of coffee daily was linked to a 63% lower risk of death during the average five-year follow-up. On their own, a single cup of coffee or green tea daily might lower your risk of early death by 12% to 15%, respectively. "Familiar beverages such as green tea and coffee may...
  • Starbucks links executive pay to workforce diversity goals

    10/14/2020 5:58:26 PM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 20 replies
    New York Post ^ | Oct. 14, 2020 | By Noah Manskar
    Starbucks will pay its executives based partly on the progress they make toward diversifying the company’s workforce, the coffee giant said Wednesday. The Seattle-based chain announced the move alongside a pledge to make sure people of color hold at least 30 percent of its corporate jobs and at least 40 percent of all retail and manufacturing positions by 2025.
  • Coffee, A Story of Two Beans

    09/25/2020 9:23:20 AM PDT · by Pining_4_TX · 11 replies
    The American Council on Science and Health ^ | 09/16/20 | Chuck Dinerstein
    Bad Beans Coffee initially came from Ethiopia, through Yemen’s port of Mocha, an area under the control of the Ottoman Empire. As the demand for coffee in Europe increased, so did the price levied by the Ottomans. The Dutch East India company saw a business opportunity, planting and then importing coffee from their holdings in Java, as well as Ceylon. Within a nine-year period, imports had shifted so that 90% of coffee now came from their holdings. And while coffee proved to be a lucrative import for them, it was not the case for the farmers who received little of...
  • Did the Wall GoFundMe Founder Use the Money to Buy a Yacht?In 2019, we found no evidence Brian Kolfage purchased a yacht — or any other personal items — with money raised for building a border wall

    08/22/2020 1:14:38 PM PDT · by conservative98 · 41 replies
    Did the Wall GoFundMe Founder Use the Money to Buy a Yacht? In 2019, we found no evidence Brian Kolfage purchased a yacht — or any other personal items — with money raised for building a border wall. But in August 2020, organization leaders were indicted on fraud charges. [cut] Our original article is below: [cut] The post prompted readers to write in and ask whether Kolfage bought a yacht with funds raised for the wall. Kolfage said it’s not only not true, but it would have been impossible. He purchased the vessel in question for $675,000, paid mostly...
  • Coke with coffee will hit US stores next year.

    07/31/2020 9:34:00 PM PDT · by L.A.Justice · 33 replies
    Fox 8 ^ | July 31, 2020 | CNN Wire
    ATLANTA (CNN) — Coca-Cola said Friday that it will debut a new Coke with coffee drink in stores in the United States in January to broaden its beverage lineup. “Coca-Cola With Coffee” will combine regular Coke with Brazilian coffee. Three different flavors— Dark Blend, Vanilla and Caramel —will be offered in 12-ounce. cans, and the drink contains 69 milligrams of caffeine per can. A 12-ounce can of regular Coke has 34 milligrams of caffeine; Diet Coke has 46 milligrams.
  • Veteran founder of multimillion-dollar company: 'This is the hardest thing I've ever done in my life' (Black Rifle Coffee)

    05/26/2020 11:48:43 AM PDT · by knighthawk · 28 replies
    Fox News ^ | Matt London
    The founder and CEO of Black Rifle Coffee Company, Evan Hafer, said he would rather return to combat than face rebuilding his business again from scratch. "This is the hardest thing I've ever done in my life and I'm a former Green Beret [who] spent seven years in combat zones," Hafer told veteran correspondent Lara Logan on her Fox Nation show "No Agenda with Lara Logan." In Season 3 of "No Agenda," Logan investigates the current state of affairs of America's veterans through the eyes of those who served — from veteran entrepreneurs to those carrying out humanitarian missions, to...
  • Wawa Announces Free Coffee For Health Care Workers, First Responders During Coronavirus Pandemic

    03/28/2020 4:01:19 PM PDT · by Enlightened1 · 12 replies
    Philly Voice ^ | 03/26/20 | MICHAEL TANENBAUM
    As businesses and workers across the United States reel from the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic, Wawa stores have remained open to the public with several precautionary measures in place to slow the spread of COVID-19.Last week, Wawa announced the closure of all self-serve stations for coffee, iced coffee, fountain drinks, cappuccinos and Icee drinks. The company also said it would close stores briefly between 2-3 a.m. each night to complete thorough cleaning and restock shelves.On Thursday, the company announced additional steps to ensure customer and employee safety: in-store signage and announcements about social distancing, visual floor markers and clear plastic...
  • Black Rifle Coffee Launches ‘Buy a Bag, Give a Bag’ Campaign to Support Those Battling COVID-19

    03/27/2020 5:04:24 AM PDT · by AF_Blue · 25 replies
    The Resurgent ^ | March 26th, 2020 | Gabriella Hoffman
    Black Rifle Coffee Company (BRCC), the popular veteran-owned business known for their coffee, announced the launch of their “Buy a Bag, Give a Bag” initiative in wake of the coronavirus pandemic. From March 24th to April 3rd, 2020, for every coffee product purchased on their website BRCC will donate a bag of coffee or other coffee products to medical personnel, first responders, and service members fighting on the frontlines of COVID-19. “Since founding Black Rifle Coffee Co., it has been my goal to serve high-quality coffee to men and women who put service before self,” said BRCC founder and CEO...
  • Starbucks temporarily moves to 'to go' model amid virus outbreak

    03/16/2020 5:15:07 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 14 replies
    Reuters ^ | March 16, 2020 | by Praveen Paramasivam
    Starbucks Corp has moved to a “to go” model in all its company-owned stores in the United States and Canada for at least two weeks to facilitate social distancing among customers amid the spread of coronavirus, the coffee chain said on Sunday. As part of the move, Starbucks said it would also stop using seating both at its cafe and patio areas and temporarily close stores in communities with high numbers of coronavirus cases as well as malls and university campuses. “The situation with COVID-19 is extremely dynamic and we will continue to review the facts and science and make...
  • Man rescues freezing kittens stuck to ice by pouring coffee on them

    01/27/2020 11:20:54 PM PST · by knighthawk · 15 replies
    Fox News ^ | January 27 2020 | Alexandra Deabler
    Three little pawpsicles were rescued last week in Canada by a quick-thinking man who used his coffee to thaw them out. On Wednesday morning, oilpatch worker Kendall Diwisch of Alberta, heard the tiny cries of three kittens in the snow. In a video shared on Facebook, which has since gone viral, Diwisch records himself approaching the cats and discovering their tails were frozen to the ice. The fast-acting man then goes to his car and grabs a still-warm coffee to use to free the kittens from the ice.
  • EXCLUSIVE: Fired Starbucks manager Lola Rose considering lawsuit over ‘PIG’ cup fallout

    12/04/2019 11:02:02 AM PST · by conservative98 · 121 replies
    NY Post ^ | December 4, 2019 | 1:05pm | Updated | Jackie Salo
    “Not to discount the situation, and someone needs to be reprimanded for it but I feel like we could’ve handled this like adults, it created a very threatening situation for this store,” she said. She spoke to her direct managers Thursday night about the incident and filed a report, but was notified the following day that she was being let go after nine months on the job. “I was hysterical. I lost it, truly,” Rose said. “I was driving to get the money order to move into my first apartment. My whole world crashed in front of me. I begged...
  • Police chief Johnny O’Mara met with Starbucks to urge mercy over ‘PIG’ cup scandal

    12/04/2019 8:42:21 AM PST · by conservative98 · 47 replies
    NY Post ^ | December 4, 2019 | 10:03am | Jackie Salo
    The Oklahoma police chief who blasted Starbucks after one of his officers received an order labeled “PIG” has met with the coffee chain to urge them to rehire the barista fired over the scandal, according to a report. Kiefer Police Chief Johnny O’Mara said Tuesday that he met with Starbucks officials and “requested the young employee who was terminated be offered a position of employment,” news station KTUL reported. “We start civility by forgiving minor indiscretions and using those moments to help people better themselves,” O’Mara said in a statement. The Starbucks controversy began on Thanksgiving when one of O’Mara’s...
  • Hate Broccoli? Your DNA May Be to Blame

    11/30/2019 5:21:38 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 95 replies
    Runner's World ^ | November 27, 2019 | Selene Yeager, Bycicling US
    If you make a face like a kid swallowing cough syrup at the mere suggestion of Brussels sprouts, you might have the DNA of a “super taster,” a genotype that makes the bitter chemicals in these foods taste practically intolerable, according to recent research to be presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2019 this weekend in Philadelphia. Everyone inherits two copies of a taste gene called TAS2R38. The particular variants you’re born with determine how sensitive or not you are to bitter tastes from certain chemicals such as glucosinolates, commonly found in cruciferous vegetables like Brussels sprouts, cabbage,...
  • Oklahoma police officer gets a Starbucks cup labeled ‘Pig’

    11/29/2019 5:31:53 AM PST · by conservative98 · 97 replies
    NY Post ^ | November 29, 2019 | 3:34am | Joe Tacopino
    A police officer in Oklahoma was dismayed when he bought a coffee at the local Starbucks on Thanksgiving and noticed the name on the label was “Pig.” The chief of police the Kiefer, Okla. said one of his officers trekked to Starbucks to get some java for a dispatcher when he received the insulting label. “What irks me is the absolute and total disrespect for a police officer who, instead of being home with family and enjoying a meal and a football game, is patrolling his little town,” Chief Johnny O’Mara said in a Facebook post that included an image...
  • Who’s the Woman Who Chugged Coffee During Impeachment Hearing?

    11/22/2019 8:17:42 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 41 replies
    Yahoo! Entertainment ^ | November 20, 2019 | Yahoo! Entertainment
    Who is the woman at the center of the viral coffee chugging moment during Tuesday’s impeachment hearing? The woman dramatically drank her beverage as Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman testified. She tilted her head back to take a big gulp before seeming to remember she was on camera. Her name is Emma Dumain . . .