Giolla Fhaolain. coffee tables. April 15th , 2017.
There are many of us who just cannot do without their morning cup of coffee. According to a study that was done in 1998, it is estimated that on an average, 6.7 million metric tons of coffee is consumed on a yearly basis. However, unfortunately, there are many coffee lovers that have had to cut down on their intake of coffee. The main reason for this is that a research revealed around 60 million Americans suffer from heartburn at least once in a month. Furthermore, around 35 million Americans who have had to face stomach acid problems had to cut down on their morning cup of coffee. These people truly miss out on their cuppa and so have been on the lookout for alternatives.
Bernie Chua of Philippines was a smart businessman who identified the weak point of America and quickly transformed it into a huge business opportunity. Yes, we are talking about coffee, the one beverage we simply cannot live without. Incidentally, coffee industry in the U.S., is one of the fastest growing industries and is slated to hit a figure of trillion dollars by the end of 2012. However, many people are giving up their favorite beverage for its possible health hazards. This is exactly why Bernie Chua struck gold by introducing his product 'Organo Gold', a coffee infused with a herb named Ganoderma or Lingzhi. Now, who can resist a coffee that claims to offer several health benefits along with the same 'kick'? Definitely, not Americans! This review tells you an interesting story of how a Filipino became a millionaire by adopting a network marketing business model.
The first crack develops when the beans turn yellow in color. It grows deeper and deeper when the color changes from yellow to tan and then to brown.
The Venetian merchants imported it to Europe and by the 17th century, it had made its way not only to Europe, but was gaining popularity across the continent. Initially condemned due to religious reasons, one saw major controversies erupt around this dark beverage. Despite the facts that surrounded it, the mid 17th century saw a number of coffee houses cropping up all over the town. A lot of people gathered here to discuss business and to gossip in general.
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