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The world is running out of coffee - here's what we can do

The world is running out of coffee - here's what we can do

Chasing after caffeine, people consume phenomenal amounts of coffee every day. Some stats even show that globally, up to 2.25 billion cups of coffee are being drunk every day.

We can't afford to waste coffee anymore. 

Now, here's the irony: the lower quality coffee, the more beans are needed to extract the same amount of caffeine. So, the more low-quality coffee is produced, the more of it is required for the same level of caffeine intake. The more coffee is consumed, the more of it goes to waste.

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6 surprising facts about coffee (that you didn't know before)

6 surprising facts about coffee (that you didn't know before)

We all know of the energy-boosting benefits of coffee. But did you know the science behind it? After drinking coffee, caffeine travels through the bloodstream to block the neural transmitter of adenosine, which is what lets us feel tired.

But there's so much more to coffee than just caffeine.

Coffee is made up of thousands of compounds, including a high amount of chlorogenic acids.

Here are 6 things that you probably didn't know about coffee.

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Eating coffee leads to 11.6% higher productivity than drinking it

Eating coffee leads to 11.6% higher productivity than drinking it

You've just barely opened your eyes, and your hand instinctively reaches towards your daily cup of coffee.

Just think about it: 62% of Americans drank at least one cup of coffee per day in 2017, which is up by 5% compared to the year before. People NEED coffee. It helps them wake up, boost energy and improve focus.

People drink coffee to be able to function productively throughout the day. However, a recent study has just proven that drinking coffee, in fact, might not be the most effective tool for this purpose.

 [a case study]

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What makes it bitter?

What makes it bitter? As most poisonous compounds in nature are bitter it feels just right, to avoid this particular flavor as much as possible. So it's no surprise that sugar and milk are used to make coffee less bitter - but what for?

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