• In the world, people drink more than 400 billion cups of coffee each year.
  • Coffee is grown more than 50 countries in the world.
  • According to Economic of Coffee resource, 25 million farmers depend on coffee crops.
Coffee cultivation by type of coffee. (Wikipedia)
  • The worldwide coffee industry earns about $60 billion per year.
  • More than 450 million cups of coffee drink in the United States every day.
  • According to the International Coffee Organization (ICO), Finland is the most coffee consumption country in the world. People drink coffee 12 kg per capita each year.
  • The international coffee day is 1st October which was started in 2015.
  • The United States is the biggest coffee consumer in the world, where the national coffee day is 29 September. (Source: ICO)
  • Do you know what is the largest coffee producer country in the world? According to the WorldAtlas, Brazil is taken the place. In 2016, Brazil produced 2,595,000 metric ton coffee bean.
  • Morning coffee improves your personal daily focus and reduces stress.
  • While you feel headache, coffee can help you to relieve.
  • Coffee contains essential nutrients and antioxidants that quite helpful for your body and mind.
  • 25% of coffee farms are led by women. (Source: ICO)
  • 70% of the workforce growing coffee is made up of women. (Source: ICO)
  • Are you looking for lower calories drink? Drink coffee without worrying about higher calories.
  • Coffee is great for fitness junkies! It can preserve your muscles, make the immune system stronger and helps you to workout harder.
  • Coffee improves your memory and boosts brainpower.
  • 150 million (Adult) Americans around 54% drink coffee everyday where 65% people consume it in the morning.
coffee habits
Source: Kantar Worldpanel’s Out-of-Home panel. Mobile Annual Total (MAT) ending June 2017.
  • From a 2012 case study, people who drink coffee reduces the risk of premature death.
  • In United States 35% people like black coffee and 65% coffee lovers prefer to add cream or sugar.
  • According to Wikipedia and International Coffee Organisation (ICO), every day 2 billion cups of coffee drink everyday.
  • An average cup of coffee contains 95 mg of caffeine. (Source: Healthline)
  • In order to make a cup of coffee, you will require 100 coffee beans.
  • To produce coffee, a coffee tree needs at least 5 years to be mature.
  • Kopi luwak is the most expensive coffee in the world. A single cup of coffee costs $35 to $80 where a one pound bag of beans costs $100 to $600.
  • After water, coffee is the most popular drink in the world.
  • 3.1 cups of coffee consumption in the US every day.
  • At work, 24 minutes a day are spent on making, drinking hot cups of coffee and serving.
  • Coffee plants are grown commercially in Hawaii and California. These are only two states in the US able to produce coffee.
  • One of the most largest coffee chains Starbucks has more than 27,000 locations worldwide.
  • In the United States, 65% people drink coffee during the morning hours.
  • According to Goodhousekeeping research, “You can order coffee 25,000 different ways at Dunkin“.
  • 24% people drink 13 cup each week in United States. (Coffee Statistics)
  • According to Vox Science & Health reports, “Don’t worry, you would need to drink about 30 cups in a very short period time to get close to a lethal dose of caffeine.”
  • Interesting fact, “The First Webcam Watched a Coffee Pot and Made it Famous. It happened on 22 November 1993 ” (Source: BBC)
  • According to Good Housekeeping Beauty Lab chemist Danusia Wnek, “Coffee grounds are physical exfoliators that can lift off dead skin cells, making skin feel smooth and look brighter,”.
  • By Taking 70 cups of coffee can kill a roughly 150 pound person. (Soruce: AsapSCIENCE )
  • There are two main types of coffee grown in the commercial market: arabica and robusta. (Soruce: Insider)