(C) B2Bioworld 2011Smells of change in US coffee consumption

A survey by the National Coffee Association points to shortcomings on the supply side

João Santos Pessoa

July 2011. Americans continue to enjoy coffee drinking. Behind good news loom critical changes in consumer drinking habits and coffee demand writes João Santos. Lessons including from coffee biotechnology not just for suppliers of the U.S. coffee market.

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