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Presentation of top level results from the 2010 NCDT study.
Panel discussion on child labor issue at 2010 NCA convention in Dana Point, CA
Child labor presentation at 2010 NCA convention in Dana Point, CA
U.S. Consumer Trends presentation at Sintercafe 2010
Economic outlook presentation at the 2010 Annual Convention in Dana Point.
Panel discussion on Child Labor at the 2010 NCA Annual Convention in Dana Point. Topics included the legal and cultural aspects of child labor and a review of some of the programs being implemented to try to eradicate child labor at origin. Moderated by Nestor Osorio, Executive Director ICO
Keynote address from the 2010 NCA Annual Convention in Dana Point. Titled: 2020 Vision: Unlocking Value in the Next Decade – from Source to Cup. This presentation provides an outlook for the coming decade and highlights concepts like premiumization and total consumer experience.
This presentation is part of the session titled: "Sustainable Packaging: The Next Step". These slides discuss where we currently are with sustainable packaging and where we want to go. Bio-laminates are highlighted as a possible future material and what benefits they may bring to the sustainable packaging picture.
This presentation is part of the session titled: "Sustainable Practices, Certifying Success". These slides discuss sustainability from the perspective of Columbia and the 4C organization. Achievements and challenges of 4C are discussed along with polices and the role of the FNC in working with 4C.
IWCA Fundraising Luncheon presentation by Michael Gaviña at the 2010 NCA Annual Convention in Dana Point. The presentation focused on Gaviña & Son's journey to sustainability and the topics of social and environmental responsibility.
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FDA issues draft Compliance Policy Guide covering FSMA facility registration requirements(more)
Coffee found to reduce ill effects associated with diabetes(more)
Coffee can be a great flavor addition in both sweet and savory food and beverage recipes. To find the crema of the crop, you might say, NCA is conducting the “Everything Tastes Better with Coffee” recipe contest. All coffee lovers can submit their recipes today for a chance to win prizes and recognition via NCA’s dynamic new online coffeehouse website, MyVirtualCoffeehouse.com. Contest ends on May 20.(more)
Michael Gaviña of F. Gaviña & Sons has become the first recipient of the NCA Volunteer of the Year Award. Selected by unanimous NCA Board committee vote, Gaviña received the award at the opening session of the NCA’s 102nd Annual Convention in San Francisco.(more)
Coffee Consumption Jumps by 5%, 83% of Americans Say They Drink Coffee(more)
NCA Creates Online Coffeehouse New Website - MyVirtualCoffeehouse.com - Captures and Celebrates The Coffee Lifestyle and Culture(more)
NCA finds the single-serve format continuing an unabated surge forward. The Single Serve Format: Evolving Perceptions, Continued Opportunities, part of the NCA Market Research Series, takes a deep dive into consumer attitudes and behaviors of arguably the industry’s hottest game changer since Mr. Coffee in the 1970s.(more)
In another NCA Market Research Series report, NCA takes the industry’s first detailed look into coffee consumption habits among the exploding Hispanic-American population. The original NCA research is the first of its kind, taking a deep dive into segment-specific behaviors further dissected by levels of acculturation. Data are also compared and contrasted with consumption habits among African-Americans and non-Hispanic-Americans.(more)
Scientists have extended the understanding of caffeine’s well-established effect of alleviating cognitive impairment. Researchers in Jordan zeroed in on two known contributing factors for impaired learning and memory – chronic psychosocial stress and a high-fact sugar-laden so-called “Western Diet” (WD). Their conclusion was that caffeine yields a measurable protective effect against impairment specifically caused by these factors.(more)