The proceedings have been halted in the Prop 65 case, deciding warnings are required for sales of coffee in California.
The consequences of a California judge’s misguided decision could have implications for people across the global coffee supply chain.
NCA President and CEO William “Bill” Murray addresses the questions that coffee business owners are asking in the wake of the latest ruling in California.
Recently, there’s been a flurry of media activity around a long-pending legal case in California, which could potentially result in mandatory “cancer warning” labels on all coffee cups and packaging. The headlines have been confusing, and sometimes even alarming.
Why a ruling against the coffee industry in California’s Prop 65 case would violate the 1st Amendment.
Researchers have been investigating the links between coffee and cancer for decades. And while our understanding of coffee’s potential health benefits has improved with advances in research, there’s still more to learn.
The FDA statement reflects a growing trend of government and health organizations recognizing the scientific research on coffee and health.
The NCA is moving into the future. From a new website to strengthening our connection to the coffee community, here’s what we’re working on behind the scenes.
From functional ingredients to sustainable practices, new consumer values are transforming market trends. Here’s what to watch (and watch out for) in the year ahead.
While caffeine has traditionally been credited as coffee’s special protective agent, coffee beans contain more than a thousand other compounds that are less well known.