New U.S. guidelines advise parents to feed their babies peanut products – though never whole peanuts – to help lower the risk of developing potentially life-threatening allergies. Matthew Stock reports. Continue reading
English drinks maker develops tea that comes pre-brewed in an aerosol can, promising the perfect cuppa without a tea bag in sight. Matthew Stock reports.
As demand rises for premium coffee, fears loom over how supply will keep up and the impact it could have on coffee prices. The International Coffee Organisation estimates current production of all coffee is 143 million bags, consumption in 2014 was at 150 million bags and growing.
Uganda’s expanding middle class is giving rise to a coffee drinking culture that has seen urban coffee houses grow in the country. Uganda grows some of the world’s best coffee but consumes about 3 percent. Most is exported to the European Union and the United States among other countries.
Young Nigerians returning home from studies abroad are blazing a trail with the establishment of companies meant to service a growing middle class in the West African country. Ngozi Dozie and his brother Chijioke set up a coffee shop in the commercial city Lagos to cater to Nigerians working and living in the Island metropolis. Being the first of its kind Cafe Neo attracts a large number of customers but the brothers say they face many challenges as Nigerians are not traditionally coffee drinkers.