In recent years coffee grounds have been used as a basis from which to grow mushrooms and it apparently gives the fungi a distinctive taste. We got a closer look at how it's done with the Slegers Company in the Netherlands.
A Japanese school's confession that it discriminated against female applicants on the grounds they would leave the profession after marriage has triggered an angry backlash in the country. Julian Ryall reports.
What secrets to success can forest ecosystems offer companies? German economic philosophers lead managers through a Munich woodland and explain what they can learn from fungi and dead trees.
An indigenous community is trying to improve Vietnam's coffee reputation by growing better-quality, organic beans. There's more to the world's second-biggest producer than just instant coffee, they say.
The evidence on whether coffee is bad for our health is unclear, but an American judge says it needs cancer warnings. The World Health Organization removed coffee from its list of possible carcinogens in 2016.
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