Two-thirds of the land for coffee beans could be 'unviable' by 2100
Pret has been giving away free coffee for a number of years
To mark UK Coffee Week, Kashmira Gander explores how Britain became hooked on coffee
'I'll make you diabetes in a goddamn cup if you just tell me what you want in there'
A coffee house is not a destination of choice to spend hours of enjoyment. It’s been reduced to a calling point, where busy people queue to get fuel, leaving clutching huge containers of liquid as if they were badges of merit
Currently, it is believed that less than 1 per cent of the 2.5 billion plastic coffee cups used per year are recycled
Britons spent £109m on coffee pods last year, getting through around 260m of them
Consuming the equivalent of two Grande coffees in Starbucks may offer up to a 30 per cent reduced risk of the condition
The agricultural sector now accounts for nearly half its GDP, and the country is boosting coffee production with the help of Fairtrade
Siobhan Norton talks to smallholder coffee-growers in the south, where getting a fair price for the crop is slowly transforming lives
A Nespresso spokesperson said: "We are frequently asked whether individual portions and the use of aluminium contradict sustainability - in our opinion, the opposite is the case."
Links found between coffee consumption and a reduced risk of liver damage caused by overindulging
Millions of cups of coffee are consumed in the UK each day
Spokane's local Councilman Mike Fagan is determined to curb this rising trend of scantily-clad employees
Greggs said that breakfast was its fastest growing part of the day
Ex-baristas reveal what it's really like to work at the world's most famous coffee company