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ANNALS OF THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HYGIENE - 2015 - Coffee consumption vs. cancer risk – a review of scientific data. SUPERFOODLY 31/10/16 Coffee & Cancer Risk: 25 Brands With Low Acrylamide Levels. The evidence suggesting this substance is harmful to health just keeps piling up.

SUPERFOODLY 31/10/16 Coffee & Cancer Risk: 25 Brands With Low Acrylamide Levels

However the average Joe or Jane still thinks their chargrilled corn on the cob is healthy because it’s organic. That extra crispy pizza from the wood burning oven? Of course it must be healthy, because it’s made with USDA certified San Marzano tomatoes and mozzarella with milk from grassfed cows! Okay, maybe you’ve already stopped the French fries and other obvious food sources. Though giving up your morning cup of Joe is not as easy. We have good news and bad news to report on that front. The bad news Currently, the U.S. federal government does not classify acrylamide as a carcinogen when it’s in food. Yet ironically, it is classified as a “potential occupational carcinogen” by the The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), which is part of the CDC (1). So in the workplace, if you get it on your skin from some sort of industrial application, that’s bad. TROPICAL PLANT PATHOLOGY - 2013 - Defense responses to Meloidogyne exigua in resistant coffee cultivar and non-host plant.

VSRD International Journal of Business and Management Research, Vol. VI Issue II February 2016 STATUS OF COFFEE PLANTATION IN INDIA: A HIGH TIME FOR INNOVATION AND SUSTAINABILITY TOWARDS MAKE IN INDIA. CGIAR 26/05/15 Putting banana-coffee intercropping research into action. APS PRESS - 2015 - Compendium of coffee diseases and pests. International Journal of Database Theory and Application Vol.9, No.4 (2016), pp.79-8 Ethiopian Coffee Plant Diseases Recognition Based on Imaging and Machine Learning Techniques.

Agricultural and Forest Meteorology Volume 207, 15 July 2015, Coffea arabica yields decline in Tanzania due to climate change: Global implications. Highlights Climate trends in the Coffea arabica growing regions of Tanzania are investigated.

Agricultural and Forest Meteorology Volume 207, 15 July 2015, Coffea arabica yields decline in Tanzania due to climate change: Global implications

Substantial increases in all three temperature variables (Tmin, Tmax, Tmean) are found. Minimum temperatures have substantial influence on coffee yields. Abstract Coffee is the world’s most valuable tropical export crop. Keywords Agriculture; Minimum temperature; Phenology; Adaptation 1. Coffee is Tanzania’s most important export crop, generating average export earnings in the order of 100 million USD per annum. There have been significant research efforts predicting climate change and the effect it will have on coffee production systems in the tropics (e.g., Camargo, 2010, Davis et al., 2012 and Jaramillo et al., 2013).

USDA - DEC 2014 - Coffee: World Markets and Trade. Virology Volumes 464–465, September 2014 Characterization of Coffee ringspot virus-Lavras: A model for an emerging threat to coffee production and quality.

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Environmental Entomology, 43(2):328-335. 2014 Predictors of Leafhopper Abundance and Richness in a Coffee Agroecosystem in Chiapas, Mexico. Georg-August-University Göttingen, Germany - MAI 2014 - Dissertation en ligne : Sustainability Standards, Welfare Impacts, and Risk Attitudes Among Coffee Farmers in Uganda. Nutr Cancer. 2010; 62(1): 21–29. Coffee Intake and Risk of Colorectal Cancer Among Chinese in Singapore: The Singapore Chinese H.

Ciênc. agrotec. vol.36 no.4 Lavras July/Aug. 2012 Citronella essential oil in the control and activation of coffee plants defens. Citronella essential oil in the control and activation of coffee plants defense response against rust and brown eye spot Óleo essencial de citronela no controle e na ativação de respostas de defesa do cafeeiro contra a ferrugem e cercosporiose Ricardo Borges PereiraI; Gilvaine Ciavareli LucasII; Fabiano José PerinaII; Pedro Martins Ribeiro JúniorII; Eduardo AlvesII. NESTLE - 2010 - Coffee Control Quality on Geographic and Genetic Origins Determined By DNA Traceability. CARIBBEANFINECOCOAFORUM 03/10/11 Lessons from Jamaica coffee industry: quality certification. MINISTRY OF HEALTH (Inde) 07/07/11 Manuals of Methods of Analysis of Food Compiled by the Directorate General of Health Services.

American Journal of Rural Development - 2014 - Factors Affecting the Implementation of Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) among Coffee Farmers in Chumphon Province, Thailand. MOLDE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 28/05/13 Thèse en ligne : Factors influencing coffee growers’ (agents’) performance on quality: An empirical study of Coffee Growers with evidence from Tanzania’s Coffee Primary Societies/AssociationsV. Programa Territorial Integrado, Vinos de Chile 2010 - Plagas de Vitis Vinífera - Parthenolecanium persicae y comi (Conchuela grande café y café europea) Procedia Environmental Sciences Volume 20, 2014, Pages 425–433 The Impact of Food Safety Standard on Indonesia's Coffee Exports. Volume 20, 2014, Pages 425–433 The 4th International Conference on Sustainable Future for Human Security SUSTAIN 2013 Edited By N.

Procedia Environmental Sciences Volume 20, 2014, Pages 425–433 The Impact of Food Safety Standard on Indonesia's Coffee Exports

Agya Utama, Ben Mclellan, Suharman Hamzah, Agus Trihartono, Apip, Hatma Suryatmojo, Slamet Widodo, M. Ery Wijaya, S. Khoirul Himmi, Miguel Esteban, Hooman Farzaneh, Niken Prilandita, Novri Susan, Haryono Huboyo, Makruf Nurudin and Yulianto Prihatmaji Abstract Stringent regulation on food safety standard may arise from particular importers, country specific bodies and world standard organization. Keywords food safety; coffee standard; panel data; gravity model References [1]www.ico.org.[2] Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC).