Tea

 

Coffee vs tea vs soft drinks: what “CCB” do countries prefer?

I recently came across a study into caffeine consumption of 57 countries that examined the role caffeine plays in our diets and revealed what caffeine source each country prefers. The study, conducted by researchers in the Department of Preventive Medicine at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine (Chicago, Illinois), used 2017 volume sales of caffeine-containing beverages (CCB) from London-based global market intelligence firm, Euromonitor International.

Disney is ‘mad about tea’

I devote a substantial number of blogs to new research and studies – more than I can count – and often feel the need to highlight that many of these studies are ‘observational’ rather than ‘clinical,’ which can often be a significant factor in the results and recommendations. The latest study that I’ve come across is also observational and one in which I would have happily participated! The Kent & Sussex Tea & Coffee Company has analysed Disney’s classic animated films frame by frame to assess its “tea obsession.”

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