Coffee Constituents

@inproceedings{Farah2012CoffeeC,
  title={Coffee Constituents},
  author={Adriana Zacarias Farah and Yi-Fang Chu},
  year={2012}
}
Coffee has been for decades the most commercialized food product and most widely consumed beverage in the world. Since the opening of the first coffee house in Mecca at the end of the fifteenth century, coffee consumption has greatly increased all around the world. In 2010, coffee production reached 8.1 million tons worldwide [1]. This represents more than 500 billion cups, with the United States, Brazil, Germany, Japan, and Italy being the major consumer countries. However, per capita… CONTINUE READING

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