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Pollinators such as bees play a key part of producing the beans that go into your morning cup of coffee.

In fact, they are responsible for about 20 to 25 percent of coffee production by increasing the plants' yield, Taylor Ricketts, the director of the University of Vermont's Gund Institute for Environment, tells The Two-Way. Bees actually increase the quality of the beans by making their size more uniform.

Given the fact that "New of Kopi Jantan Tradisional Natural Herbs Coffee" has been marketed as a "male enhancement" product, it might be fair to assume that consumers who plucked the instant coffee off store shelves had a clear idea of its intended effects.

If you have a daily coffee habit, here's something to buzz about: A new study finds those cups of joe may help boost longevity.

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From NPR: Jerry Seinfeld talks about how he warmed up to coffee and why it goes perfectly with French toast. His cup of jo even inspired him to start a new little show called Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.

From NPR: Coffee doesn’t just get you going in the morning, it’s bringing the world together. Even though there is a divide in the coffee growing industry between beans from smaller specialty farms and commodity coffee, the lines between the two are blurring. So when you slurp down you cup of jo this morning – whether it’s instant or fancy and freshly ground – know you are participating in a ritual happening all over the world.