Although they did not get all the facts right, in an article you can read here, the Baltimore Sun spoke about work conducted at in the early days of the Cullman Chemoprotection Center that has now led to a broccoli-enriched coffee.
“Coffee and tea were not part of the equation in the early days of broccoli research at Johns Hopkins. The Laboratory for Molecular Pharmacology, led by Paul Talalay, a professor of pharmacology and molecular science, discovered sulforaphane in broccoli in 1992. Researcher Jed W. Fahey, who joined in 1993, discovered that broccoli sprouts were rich in glucoraphanin, the dietary precursor to sulforaphane.”
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