Coffee News

Announcing CAC’s New President!

Robert Carter Named New President of the Coffee Association of Canada Toronto, ON – March 16, 2021 – The Coffee Association of Canada (CAC) is pleased to announce Robert Carter as its new President. Robert is a leading restaurant and foodservice expert with over 20 years of unique industry experience spanning executive leadership, strategy, sales, […more]

Why coffee could be good for your health

(excerpt from In the past, coffee was associated with increased health risks. But research from the last decade finds that drinking coffee may actually benefit your health. Read more The benefits of coffee is good for health

Habits may change, but Canadians’ coffee consumption remains the same

While coffee habits may have changed, Canadians are still consuming the same amount of coffee. CAC President Lesya Balych-Cooper joined the discussion on Radio Noon Quebec with Shawn Apel. How have your coffee habits changed during the pandemic? So many things have shifted – even where we drink our coffee. Shawn talks about those changes […more]

This National Coffee Day… Find the Silver Lining

This National Coffee Day (September 29, 2020), the Coffee Association of Canada and its members are focused on finding the “Silver Linings” in this year of unprecedented change. “When we surveyed our members during the COVID pandemic, they told us that their biggest focal points and learnings were the importance of safety, preparation, people and […more]


CAC Members share positive stories of giving back. These videos highlight some of the amazing efforts by Canadian coffee companies.

How are you taking your #VirtualCoffeeBreak today?

Coffee has always been more than just a drink – it is a way of life, a social connection, a mental health break. With COVID-19 and the critical importance of #SocialDistancing, the coffee industry and coffee lovers have had to modify how they enjoy their favourite beverage. Your team meetings may now be held through […more]

Coffee may be good for your bones

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Coffee drinkers have stronger bones than people who don’t sip a daily brew, according to a new study.

The study, by researchers at the University of Hong Kong, looked at 564 Chinese adults who had enrolled in an osteoporosis study, and compared the bone mineral density of those who said they drank coffee regularly with those who didn’t…