Archive for July, 2013


Is Coffee Leaf Rust Due to Climate Change?

It is fashionable these days to blame any natural phenomena on global warming. With this in mind we ask a question. Is coffee leaf rust due to climate change? This is a pertinent question as Arabica coffee production has been devastated in several nations in the Western Hemisphere due to coffee leaf rust. There is [...]

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Drinking Coffee Reduces the Risk of Suicide

Add this to your list of the benefits of both regular and healthy organic coffee. A recently published study shows that drinking coffee reduces the risk of suicide by as much as fifty percent in coffee drinkers of both sexes. The Harvard School of Public Health published an article in The World Journal of Biological [...]

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The Insider’s Guide to Healthy Organic Coffee

Organic coffee is free of the up to 150 contaminants that can be found in regular coffee. Healthy organic coffee contains antioxidants that have many beneficial health effects such as a reduced incidence of Type II Diabetes and several types of cancer. For more info continue with our insider’s guide healthy organic coffee. USDA Certified [...]

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Why Eat Organic?

Most people who choose to eat organic do so for the simple reason of good health. They want to eliminate the threat of poisonous pesticides, fertilizers, and drugs that are used to produce most of the food that in on the super market shelves. Food is meant as fuel for the body. That’s what it [...]

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Colombian Leaf Rust Resistant Coffee

The story of Colombian leaf rust resistant coffee is inspiring. Leaf rust is a fungal disease that has devastated coffee plantations as far back as the mid to late 19 th century. Those with an interest in history may know that Sri Lanka (old Ceylon) used to be a coffee producer until the leaf rust [...]

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Guide to Organic Coffee Labeling

For those of you who are looking for healthy organic coffee and are constantly befuddled by unclear labeling, here is a handy guide to organic coffee labeling. Ever since 2002 the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has had strict guidelines defining what constitutes organic coffee and any other organic food or drink. Another issue [...]

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Where to Buy Organic Food

The first thing to note is that there are several different descriptive phrases and labels that are used on organic food. You need to understand what these phrases and labels mean so that you are actually purchasing what you think you are purchasing. * “Certified Organic”: A product with this label has been produced adhering [...]

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