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Brazil's drought creates a surge in global coffee prices

May 30, 2014
The world's biggest coffee producing country has been hit with a major drought. And the effects are trickling around the world.
Posted In: coffee, brazil, farmers, bbc

Your coffee cup probably isn't recyclable… yet

May 21, 2014
Big names like McDonald's and Jamba Juice have tossed polystyrene cups.
Posted In: buying green, styrofoam, coffee, paper cups

A coffee plant disease threatens more than prices

May 19, 2014
USAID today announced a $5 million partnership with Texas A&M's World Coffee Research center to tackle a costly coffee fungus.
Posted In: coffee, farming, USAID

PODCAST: Medicare's pay-data dump

Apr 9, 2014
We look at what the proposed Time-Warner Cable and Comcast merger will mean for internet users. And a challenger appears in the single-serve coffeemaker market.
Posted In: coffee, Medicare, Comcast, Time Warner Cable, mergers
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Single-serve coffeemaker market heats up

Apr 9, 2014
Keurig is king in the U.S. but Nestle Nespresso wants a bigger piece.
Posted In: coffee, nespresso, Keurig

Filling up the landfill, one coffee pod at a time

Apr 1, 2014
Single-serve coffee makers like the Keurig machine are wasteful.
Posted In: coffee, Keurig, K-Cups

Caffeine: America's addictive drug of choice

Mar 12, 2014
Journalist Murray Carpenter goes inside the big business of caffeine in his new book, "Caffeinated: How our daily habit helps, hurts, and hooks us."
Posted In: caffeine, coffee

It's March. Do you know how much coffee you're drinking?

Feb 28, 2014
Marketplace Datebook for the first week of March 2014
Posted In: coffee, lent

Why would you want to brew your own Coke?

Feb 6, 2014
Coca-Cola's partnership with Green Mountain Coffee-- the K-cup people-- promises the power to make pop at home. And that's a big deal, why?
Posted In: Coke, Green Mountain Coffee, coffee

Coffee prices are down, but your latte's still expensive. Here's why.

Feb 3, 2014
When commodity prices go up, retail prices generally do too. When commodity prices go down, retail prices... seem to stay the same. What's going on?
Posted In: coffee, commodity

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