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4 Coffee Statistics You Need To Be Aware Of [Infographic]

By Aditya Rana, Dec 08, 2023

Would it be wrong to say the world runs on coffee?

We certainly don’t think so! With over 2.25 BILLION cups of coffee consumed daily, only water is more popular than coffee (sorry tea-lovers!).

No matter what part of the world you’re in, coffee is part of the daily ritual. Don’t believe me? What other drink has dedicated bars and is also used in traditional ceremonies.

That got us thinking about some other coffee trends. Check them out!

US ranks first on the list of top coffee drinking countries

global coffee consumption infographic

Is it really surprising to see the country that gave us Starbucks top the list of countries in total coffee consumption?

With numerous coffee chains and a coffee drinking culture, the US eclipses every other country in annual coffee consumption (26.7 million bags per year).

Only Brazilians are able to match Americans’ love for coffee, consuming 22 million bags annually.

Rounding out the top 5, and well behind the top 2, are Germany (8.7 million bags), Japan (7.4 million bags), and France (6.2 million bags).

Northern Europe dominates coffee consumption per capita

coffee consumption per capita infographic

It wouldn’t be fair to proclaim a country’s love for coffee based on annual consumption alone. After all, the US is one of the most populated countries in the world.

So we also looked at coffee consumption per capita to get the complete picture.

And the results tell a different story.

Apparently, it’s the Finns who love coffee most, consuming 12kg of coffee per capita each year.

In fact, it seems people in North Europe are most fond of coffee, with Norwegians coming in at 2nd spot (9.9kg per capita), and Icelanders in third (9kg per capita).

South America and Asia dominate coffee production

coffee production trends infographic

With over 2.25 BILLION cups of coffee consumed daily, we can’t help but wonder who’s supplying all those beans?

If you guessed South America as a major supplier of coffee, you wouldn’t be wrong.

With Brazil, Colombia, and Costa Rica all know for their coffee, the continent has been the largest producer of coffee since the 1970s.

However, its dominance is being challenged by Asia which has seen significant production growth since the 1990s with Vietnamese and Indonesian beans becoming well-known.

Rounding out the list is Africa which has maintained consistent production volume.

Tastes have developed beyond just instant coffee

rise of specialty coffee infographic

Over time, how people view and consume coffee has changed.

In the past decade, a focus on high-quality beans, artisanal brewing methods, and a deeper appreciation of coffee’s diverse flavors and origins has given rise to specialty coffee industry.

And the proof is in the surge of the specialty coffee market size from $15 billion in 2015 to $35 billion in 2020.

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About Aditya Rana

Adi is a word slinger and loves to fiddle around with SaaS. When not living online, you'll find him outside in nature with a book.