Tag: coffee research

Luckin Coffee, the Coffee Chain that wanted to be more

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I am fascinated about studies on how big companies fail, I guess it’s from the years of working as a credit/financial analyst. I especially like the most recent ones that are supposed to involve technology startups that, when you really think about it, are not really technology startups. Although it seems to have started its recovery, Luckin Coffee’s saga in my opinion falls under this bucket.

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A coffee brewing bar, not Luckin Coffee
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How long will it take before our coffee is actually going to cost too much?

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I have not had enough time to study the global coffee prices situation of 2021. Based on what I’ve read recently, supply from Brazil and now Vietnam (major coffee producers) are affected enough to make a lot of news outfits worry (guess they love their coffee).

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A collection of the small number of beans left in each finished bag of coffee
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Coffee can be good for your liver – let’s just get straight to the point

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We like coffee. Recent coffee news I’ve written about were more on the negative side, but now I have a piece that I think will be a nice to know for most of us: Coffee helps reduce the risk of liver cancer or at least liver disease, I can’t figure out specifics.

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Wherever you want to drink your coffee, just drink it
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Caffeine for the Sleepless

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I have a Bachelor of Science Degree in Financial Management and have been fortunate enough to find jobs where I was actually able to use that degree. The bulk of my professional career has been working as an analyst for a bank and an insurance company, and my coffee consumption, scrutiny, and tolerance has increased during this time. This isn’t really a flex (though it literally would have been a weird one if it was), it has something to do with this post’s topic.

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The questions is: with the phenomenon that is “I need to drink coffee to make coffee”, is making coffee a complex task?
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