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Baxter, J. (1987). Tea and coffee: a Sainsbury guide. Cambridge, Martin Books.

Baye Menjo, F. (1991). Coffee pricing and resource utilization in Cameroon, University of Reading.

Beary, S., S. Goodchild, et al. (1996). London's good coffee shops. London, HotSpot.

Beckley, V. A. and A. Kenya. Department of (1931). Fermentation fo coffee. Nairobi, Government Printer.

Beckley, V. A. and A. Kenya. Department of (1931). The "yellowing of coffee". Nairobi, Government Printer.

Bedada, F. and S. University of Nottingham. Theses. Agricultural and Food (1990). The germination and early growth of coffee (Coffea arabica L.).

Belcher, C. F. and C. Kenya. Commission of Inquiry into Certain Transactions of the Coffee (1941). Coffee control: report of Commission of Inquiry and goverment statement thereon. Nairobi, Printed by the Govt. Printer.

Bellachew, B. (2002). Arabica coffee breeding for yield and resistance to coffee berry disease (Colletotrichum kahawae sp. nov.).

Belshaw, D. G. R., I. R. Wallace, et al. (1973). The Bugisu coffee industry: an economic and technical survey. Kampala, Makerere Institute of Social Research, Makerere University.

Bentley, J. W., P. S. Baker, et al. (2000). The Colombian Coffee Growers' Federation: organised, successful smallholder farmers for 70 years. London, ODI Agricultural Research & Extension Network.

Beoku-Betts, R. W. and B. Sierra Leone. Beoku-Betts Commission of Inquiry on the Special Coffee Deal of the Sierra Leone Produce Marketing (1967). Report of the Beoku-Betts Commission of Inquiry on the Special Coffee Deal of the Sierra Leone Produce Marketing Board, 1967. [Freetown], Govt. Printer.

Beoku-Betts, R. W., B. Sierra Leone. Beoku-Betts Commission of Inquiry into the Sierra Leone Produce Marketing, et al. (1968). Report.with particular reference to the sale of palm oil, rice and coffee haulers, nut-cracking machine and the industrialisation programme undertaken by the Board during the period January, 1961 to March, 1967, [Freetown].

Beresford, J. and Characteristics (1817). Professional Characteristics: consisting of naval squalls, military broils, physical disasters, legal flaws, and clerical lamentations; uttered by an admiral, a colonel, a lawyer, a doctor, and a parson, in the coffee-room, at Bath. [By James Beresford?]. London, T. Roden; W. Roden.

Bergad Laird, W. (1983). Coffee and the growth of agrarian capitalism in nineteenth century Puerto Rico. Princeton, N.J.; Guildford, Princeton University Press.

Berger, A. A. (1997). Bloom's morning: coffee, comforters, and the secret meaning of everyday life. Boulder, Colo.; Oxford, Westview Press.

Bersten, I. (1993). Coffee floats, tea sinks: through history and technology to a complete understanding. Sydney, Helian Books.

Bettendorf, L., F. Verboven, et al. (1998). Competiton on the Dutch coffee market. The Hague, Central Planning Bureau.

Bevan, D., P. A. Collier, et al. (1989). Fiscal response to a temporary trade shock: the aftermath of the Kenyan coffee boom. Oxford, Institute of Economics and Statistics, University of Oxford.

Beverley, M. (1879). On the Use of Tea and Coffee. London, Jarrold & Sons.

Beyer, R. C. (1947). The Colombian coffee industry: origins and major trends, 1740-1940.

Beyer, R. C. (1947). The Columbian coffee industry: origins and major trends, 1740-1940. [S.l.], [s.n.].

Bidie, G. (1869). Report on the Ravages of the Borer in Coffee Estates with a Review of the Existing Systems of Coffee Culture and Suggestions for the Further Development of the Productive Resources of the Coffee Districts in Southern India. Madras, Gantz Bros.

Biechler, M. J. (1970). The coffee industry of Guatemala: a geographic analysis.

Billings John, D. (1887). Hardtack and coffee or, the unwritten story of army life. Lincoln; London, University of Nebraska Press.

Billings John, D. (1887). Hardtack and Coffee, Corner House.

Billings, J. D. and R. B. Harwell (1960). Hardtack and coffee: the unwritten story of army life. Chicago, Lakeside.

Bird, K. and D. R. Hughes (1997). Ethical consumerism: the case of "fairly-traded" coffee".

Birnbaum, E. (1956). Vice triumphant: the spread of coffee and tobacco in Turkey.

Blakeney, G. (1959). Round in the coffee bar. London, Trafalgar Music.

Bloice, B. and G. Streatham Society. Local History Research (1985). Rubber, silk and coffee in Lower Streatham. London, Local History Research Group of the Streatham Society.

Boé, P. (2001). Coffee. London, Cassell&Co.

Bonynge, F. (1852). The Future Wealth of America: being a glance at the resources of the United States, and the commercial and agricultural advantages of cultivating tea, coffee, and indigo, the date, mango, jack, leechee, guava, and orange trees, etc., with a review of the China trade. New-York, The Author.

Boston College. College of Business, A. and E. New York Coffee and Sugar (1965). New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange, Inc: its role in the marketing of sugar: an analysis, etc. New York, Hobbs, Dorman.

Bostwick, H. (1941). In a copper coffee cup.

Boughton's Coffee, H. (2003). Boughton's barista! the magazine for people who make really good coffee. Witney, Boughton's Coffee House.

Bourke, R. M. (1985). Food, coffee and casuarina: an agroforestry system from the Papua New Guinea Highlands. [S.l.], ICRAF.

Bowdler, T. (1700). The City-vvifes petition against coffee presented to the publick consideration, the grand inconveniencies that accrue to their sex, from the excessive drinking of that drying and enfeebling liquor: to the Right Honourable, the worshipfull court of female assistants, the humble petition and address of several thousands of buxome good vvomen, languishing in extremity of want. [London], Printed for the booksellers of London and Westminster.

Bowes, J. (1836). Temperance as it is opposed to Strong Drinks, Tobacco, and Snuff, Tea and Coffee. Aberdeen, Mackay & Davidson.

Box, H. E. (1933). Further observations on sugar-cane moth borers (diatraea spp.) in St. Lucia: introduction of the Cuban parasite, lixophaga diatraeae townsend: report upon a visit to S. Lucia, August-September, 1933: with an appendix on the recommended biological control of the white coffee-leaf miner (leucoptera coffeella guer) in St. Lucia. Castries [St. Lucia], printed by the Govenment Printer.

Boyes, E. (1898). How to obtain an Ideal Cup of Coffee: its cost and value. By an Expert (E. Boyes). London, [The Author].

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