Coffee companies vie to create low-caffeine beans

11/16/2008 | Wall Street Journal (free content), The

Coffee companies have been spending millions to identify, breed and sometimes genetically manipulate coffee varietals in pursuit of a bean that produces a great-tasting cup of decaf. Companies introducing lower-caffeine beans include Italian roaster Illycaffè, UCC Ueshima Coffee Co. in Japan, Costa Rica-based Doka Estate and Brazilian grower Daterra Coffee.

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