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Coffee consumption a counter to sarcopenia in elderly men: Korean study

Consuming at least three cups of coffee a day can fight sarcopenia in men above 60, according to a Korean study. ©iStock

Consuming at least three cups of coffee a day could lower the risk of elderly men developing sarcopenia, according to a Korean study.

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Korea tops the world in online grocery sales

Quatrefolic has been approved as a food additive in South Korea. ©iStock

Folate-based food additive officially approved by South Korean food and drug ministry

Some coffee brands deliver specialty beans to customers' homes. ©iStock

Changing consumer demands fuel new innovations in coffee and tea

Australia is looking to shore up beef exports to Korea in the short-term

Australia looks to safeguard beef exports to Korea

The chitosan-coated layer delayed the release profile of iron. ©iStock

Iron fortification: Chitosan encapsulation strengthens stability and boosts bioavailability

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Eight in 10 Korean food firms raise prices—as manufacturing costs drop

Thompson seedless grapes from Australia. © iStock

Australia’s golden grapes rebranded for traditional Koreans

Parmigiano-Reggiano isn't so popular among Koreans. © iStock

Can we learn to love cheese? It depends on the variety

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Taiwan e-commerce platform turns to blockchain for traceability

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