How can coffee prevent disease?

Coffee has been a medical whipping boy for so long that it may come as a surprise that recent research suggests that drinking moderate amounts of coffee (two to four cups per day) provides a wide range of health benefits. Most of these benefits have been identified through statistical studies that track a large group…

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Buying Local Pays Off Locally

“The study concluded that shifting just 10 percent of purchases from national chains to local retailers and restaurants would keep $487 million in the Utah economy — money that now leaves the state to be spent elsewhere.” This goes for buying packaged coffee from across the country or locally roasted beans you can pick up…

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Buying Coffee Locally Makes Cents

For everyone that loves coffee they know it can also be an expensive habit. From drive thru windows, $5 mochas and even $2 drip coffee every day can add up to thousands of dollars a year. I used to be one of those drive thru shoppers 3 – 5 days a week, every week. I…

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January Roasting

Ever think about beans tasting different during the seasons? According to Nicaragua Coffee Living, “Coffee starts getting picked about now running thru most of January. The difference is when it is ready is mostly due to altitude. Remember the old Folgers commercial for “mountain grown coffee”? Well, that’s the secret–mountain grown is better. But, what…

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