Top Lot Fetches $65 Per Pound at ACE/Ngorongoro Coffee Group AuctionDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

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Ripe coffee on drying beds at the Acacia Hills Coffee Estate in Tanzania. Photo courtesy of the Alliance for Coffee Excellence.

Reflecting years of quality improvements made by a group of coffee producers in Tanzania, auction prices soared at the first-ever Alliance for Coffee Excellence (ACE) Ngorongoro Tanzania Private Collection Auction, with the top bid coming in at $65 per pound.

The green coffee auction represented the main, market-focused annual event of the Ngorongoro

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Woman turns Bernie Sanders’ meme into food art, Stephen King shares it

The art created by Sandra Marshall has also been shared by renowned author Stephen King.

By Srimoyee Chowdhury

PUBLISHED ON FEB 13, 2021 09:35 AM IST

It was not long ago when US Senator Bernie Sanders won the Internet with memes about his attire on Inauguration Day. Netizens went creative with the memes showing Sanders sitting on a chair while wearing a cozy jacket and mittens. Now, Sanders’ look has been recreated by a woman

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Yak politics: Tibetans’ vegetarian dilemma amid China meat boom | Environment

Former free-roaming nomads now mostly resettled in rows of sun-baked block houses in Tibet are facing a struggle for their identity, their spiritual and cultural practices – and even their stomachs.

These yak-tending herders have always eaten meat. In addition to the milk, butter and cheese they derived from yaks, meat was a necessity in their harsh lives.

But a movement spurred by Tibetan Buddhist monks in the region over the past two decades

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Remote Learning During Covid-19 Is Causing Children to Gain Weight, Doctors Warn

Pediatricians are warning that the coronavirus pandemic’s protracted disruption of in-person schooling, sports and other activities is leading to weight gain that could have long-lasting impacts on children’s health.

Students are snacking more and exercising less, and nutritionists and doctors who study obesity worry the pandemic is putting children at greater risk for type-two diabetes and asthma, among other health concerns.

“We’re seeing a lot of elementary school-aged kids who are gaining 20 to 30

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