Caffeine may counter age-related inflammation

http://verbal.se/455-dtse67051-vejbystrand-dejt.html A chronic inflammatory process that occurs in some, but not all, older people may trigger cardiovascular problems, a new Stanford study shows. Part of the solution might be found in a cup of coffee. Stanford University School of Medicine scientists have unearthed a connection between advancing age, systemic inflammation, cardiovascular disease and coffee consumption. Extensive […]

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Will Compostable Single Serve Coffee Pods Work With Canadian Consumers?

Mintel Data on Canadian Coffee

Hami Mintel, a leading marketing intelligence agency worldwide, took a look at the single serve coffee market in Canada. They spotted the same consumer concerns about waste that spurred development of PῧrPod100™ and see a positive future for compostable as the right solution. Canadians’ love affair with coffee will undoubtedly continue, but this relationship need not […]

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Down in the Dumps: Why “Biodegradable” is no answer

Tuscan Garbage Project

Biodegradable products sound like a good idea. Throw them away but let nature’s own processes break them down gently and completely. Seems environmentally-friendly. Not so fast. In fact, not fast at all. The late Dr. William Rathje was an American archaeologist who became a world-leading garbage expert. His long-running Tucson Garbage Project investigated what people […]

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