More than a million popular coffee makers are being recalled after dozens of reports of the brewers spraying hot liquid, coffee grounds or tea leaves onto people.
Aeroshot went on sale this week in Boston and New York. It sells for $2.99 each, which is about the same price as an energy drink or a cup of coffee.
Starbucks said Tuesday it is raising some prices regionally as it faces rising ingredient costs.
For me at least, coffee is more than just a stimulant, to be huffed, snorted, or rubbed on my forehead like suntan lotion.
Environmentalists are concerned with the number of cups being tossed in the trash. A lot of plastic is not being recycled.
Scientists and lab technicians are the most caffeinated professions, according to a new study.
The stats on traffic are in, with no big surprise.
For more and more of Americans, that daily cup is a necessity, not a luxury.
A Massachusetts-based coffee shop chain famous for its pink and black logo and television commercials featuring beautiful servers has announced plans to expand into Rhode Island.