You can now visit Starbucks’ coffee farm in Costa Rica

March 24, 2018 | Costa Rica News
It's easy to forget when you're handed your tall soy latte how much effort goes on behind the scenes to make your daily cup of joy. And we're not just talking about the hard slog the baristas put in, getting up at the crack of dawn so they can froth milk for hundreds of bleary-eyed commuters. ...read more
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Latin America & the Caribbean: a Legal Guide for Business Investment and Expansion – Costa Rica

March 21, 2018 | Costa Rica News
Costa Rica has long been recognized as a regional leader of social and economic development in Latin America. The Costa Rican government welcomes foreign investment. ...read more
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Getting Real Estate in Costa Rica Is A Daily life Extended Investment

March 13, 2018 | Costa Rica News
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Plants faring worse than monkeys in increasingly patchy forests of Costa Rica

March 12, 2018 | Costa Rica News
Cattle ranching, agriculture and other human activities are breaking up Costa Rican forests into isolated patchy fragments, but causing more problems for native plant populations than for monkey species sharing the same habitat. A study published in the journal Primates shows that while plants growing near the edges of cleared regions are negatively impacted by human activity, monkeys sharing the same habitat do not fare as poorly. ...read more
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Plants faring worse than monkeys in increasingly patchy forests of Costa Rica

March 12, 2018 | Costa Rica News
Cattle ranching, agriculture and other human activities are breaking up Costa Rican forests into isolated patchy fragments, but causing more problems for native plant populations than for monkey species sharing the same habitat. A study published in the journal Primates shows that while plants growing near the edges of cleared regions are negatively impacted by human activity, monkeys sharing the same habitat do not fare as poorly. ...read more
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You can nab some great airfares right now – ” but there might be a catch

March 10, 2018 | Costa Rica News
There is a nonstop stream of bargain airfares coming across my desk. Some of them are really great. ...read more
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Intelligence helping Costa Rican hummingbirds

March 8, 2018 | Costa Rica News
New experiments show that dominant male Long-billed Hermits have better spatial memories and sing more consistent songs than less successful males, according to research published in the journal Scientific Reports . In the glitzy world of hummingbirds , one species seems to profit more from mental prowess than physical flamboyance. ...read more
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Coffee Lovers Can Visit a Starbucks Coffee Farm in Costa Rica for the First Time

March 7, 2018 | Costa Rica News
For the first time, those in the general public can now visit a Starbucks coffee farm in Costa Rica to see where their favorite drink actually comes from. Not only does Starbucks make and brew the perfect cup of joe, but it also farms and researches the stuff. ...read more
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Evangelical singer, ex-minister tied in Costa Rica election poll

March 6, 2018 | Costa Rica News
Former Costa Rica minister Carlos Alvarado Quesada and evangelical Christian Fabricio Alvarado Munoz are tied in the race to be the Central American country's next president, a poll released on Tuesday showed, with four weeks until the runoff vote. Candidates Piza of PUSC, Alvarado of PRN and Castro of PIN speak before the last debate for the Costa Rica 2018 presidential election in San Jose SAN JOSE: Former Costa Rica minister Carlos Alvarado Qu
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5 Things We Know About the People Who Live Longest

March 5, 2018 | Costa Rica News
The average lifespan in the U.S. is about 78 years, and for the first time since the 1990s, it's getting shorter. Despite spending much more on health care, Americans are sicker than people in other wealthy countries, with illnesses like diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer's, and stroke on the rise. ...read more
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