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Presentation at the 2011 Coffee Summit explaining Prop 65 and the Acrylamide lawsuit in California being brought by CERT. An outline of CERT's strategy is discussed. The possible exemptions that the coffee industry may pursue as a defense are also discussed.



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COFFEE REPORTER NEWS: NCA Annual Convention 2014 breaks all-time attendance record

The old saying, “records were made to be broken,” may become the new mantra for the National Coffee Association when it comes to New Orleans. This year’s 103rd NCA Annual Convention, just like the 2011 Centennial Convention, broke another all-time attendance record.
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PRESS RELEASE: Consumers Shifting to Gourmet Coffee Options, Says New NCA Market Research

Coffee Continues to Widen Lead over Soft Drinks, Daily Consumption Strong but Steady
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COFFEE REPORTER - YEAR IN REVIEW ISSUE: Gov't & Scientific Affairs, Mkt. Research, Education, more

View NCA activities for 2013 in Government Affairs, Professional Development, Market Research, Scientific Affairs, and more
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COFFEE REPORTER NEWS: NCA Files Comments on Latest FDA Rules for FSMA

NCA has filed comments with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to convey industry positions on the latest set of proposed rules under the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).
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COFFEE REPORTER NEWS: Study Boosts Evidence that Coffee Reduces Diabetes Risk

A recent review study confirmed wide-ranging scientific evidence that coffee reduces the risk of developing type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM).
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COFFEE REPORTER NEWS: Study Says Coffee Trims Risk of Fatty Liver Disease

Review Study Confirms Coffee Reduces Risk of Disease
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MyVirtualCoffeehouse.com:
The Online Coffee House Experience

NCA Creates Online Coffeehouse New Website - MyVirtualCoffeehouse.com - Captures and Celebrates The Coffee Lifestyle and Culture
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