Over the past several years, coffee chains have become more and more popular among customers who enjoy their coffee to go.
Recent statistics show that 22 percent of U.S. consumers drink one cup of coffee per day on average. Moreover, employed Americans aged between 18 to 34 years spent usually 24.74 U.S. dollars on coffee per week.
About 83 percent of adults drink coffee in the U.S., the world’s biggest consumer of the beverage, up from 78 percent a year earlier, according to the National Coffee Association’s 2013 survey.
About 13 percent of the U.S. population used the single-cup format, up from 4 percent two years earlier.
Daily consumption of gourmet-coffee beverages “remained strong and steady” at 31 percent of the population, while use of traditional brands fell to 49 percent from 56 percent.
This coffee infographic contains information about how much coffee the world drinks every year, around 66 billion cups! And while the United States ranks #8 for coffee drinking, it is far behind the #1 coffee drinking country in the world, Finland. Surprising to me, Japan ranks right behind the USA at #9. Men only drink slightly more coffee than women. Brewed coffee can contain more caffeine than espresso.
Plenty of health and other benefits are hiding out in your cup of coffee.
The planet Earth it seems is fueled by coffee. The facts on coffee consumption reveal that the world would find it difficult to get started every work day without a few cups of java, or 20 cups a week to be more precise.
source: international coffee association