If people ate broccoli as routinely as they drank coffee, the entire population’s health would vastly improve—and that’s kind of what the creators behind Barassica Coffee are planning. The fledgling coffee company is the collaborative product between Brassica Protection Products and Baltimore Coffee and Tea Co, who have found a way to incorporate glucoraphanin—a cancer-preventing molecule found in broccoli—into coffee. “It’s a nice easy way to get a little bit more nutrition from something [people] already do,” says Sarah Sullivan, the company’s vice president of sales and marketing. Read more at the Baltimore Sun.
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