ORLANDO, Fla. (PRWEB) October 04, 2020
Coffee has earned its place in the hearts and minds of people around the world. For millions, it’s the first thing that they will drink in the morning, helping prepare them for a day at work. However, very few people pause to consider how their coffee is made or how consumption has changed throughout the years. CoffeeStatistics hopes that this new data will get people to adjust that attitude, by providing an accessible overview of the industry.
This data can also be valuable for the industry. For example, by tracking both supply and demand, CoffeeStatistics can provide some insights into the prices. The company helps that, by showing the outlook of the industry, they will be able to highlight some medium and long-term trends. This can allow producers to make more responsible business decisions.
One of the most interesting aspects that the data highlights is an increase in the number of people drinking coffee. One of the biggest increases in consumption comes from the producing and emerging markets. However, traditional markets continued to see a gradual increase in the amount of coffee they consumed.
Another area that the CoffeeStatistics team is researching is the rise of green coffee. This is set to play a big role in the future of coffee. These are beans that haven’t been roasted, remaining completely raw. This gives them a milder flavor than traditional coffee. In some cases, they have been likened to an herbal tea, rather than a coffee. In 2019, Brazil was one of the largest exporters of green coffee in the world. They accounted for 31.9 percent of all green coffee exports.
Consumption of green coffee is increasing in several countries around the world. Some of the biggest are the United States, Belgium, Italy, and Japan. Russia and the Philippines also saw an increase in the amount of soluble coffee they are consuming.
This site has also gathered a lot of information about consumption in the United States. They discovered that the majority of Americans, 47 percent, preferred drinking roasted and ground coffee. The next most popular option was instant coffee, which appealed to 34 percent of the population. Coffee beans were the least favorable, with just seven percent of people drinking them.
These were just some of the insights generated by the latest data. There are many more things that can be learned by diving into the latest statistics. CoffeeStatistics plans on continuing to release this data, continuing to track the changes happening in the industry. Anyone interested in learning more about the world of coffee is urged to visit https://www.coffee-statistics.com/ and look at some of the latest insights.