Coffee

EFSA rejects coffee’s DNA damage-reducing claim

EDITOR'S SPOTLIGHT: SCIENCE AND REGULATION

EFSA rejects coffee’s DNA damage-reducing claim

By Will Chu

European regulatory authorities have rejected statements that claim consuming an Arabica roast coffee blend could reduce DNA damage occurring in white blood cells.

The Italian Way considers the US a ‘mature and conscious’ market for Italian beverage exports.

Italy eyes the US beverage market for health-conscious, eco customers

By Beth Newhart

American consumers are increasingly looking for products with a focus on simple, high-quality ingredients and sustainability. And a group of Italian companies believe their products are ready to meet these demands: with their drinks on show at the Winter...

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NEWS IN BRIEF

Blagden seal UK distribution deal with Taiyo

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A new distribution deal will see Blagden become the exclusive distribution rights for Taiyo’s range of health-focused ingredients in the UK and Ireland.

Wellness teas are driving botanical beverage growth

Special edition: Botanicals

Wellness teas are driving botanical beverage growth

By Eliot Beer

Savvy product differentiation and strong consumer demand are driving growth in specialist tea sales, but botanical drinks such as tree waters have yet to find favour, according to retailers and analysts.

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