CHICAGO, U.S. — A new survey from Reddi-wip, a brand of Conagra Brands, Inc.and the leader in the refrigerated aerosol whipped topping category, found that despite the booming $45.4 billion coffee shop industry in the U.S., Americans are still getting their caffeine fix at home.
A new survey from Reddi-wip, the leader in the refrigerated aerosol whipped topping category, found that despite the booming $45.4 billion coffee shop industry in the U.S., Americans are still getting their caffeine fix at home. In an average week, 89 percent of Americans get their coffee from home, citing convenience, cost and customizability as primary decision-making factors.
Reddi-wip polled more than 1,000 Americans ahead of International Coffee Day on September 29, to understand more about their coffee consumption habits. The research found that in an average week, 89 percent of Americans get their coffee from home, citing convenience, cost and customizability as primary decision-making factors.
When it comes to how Americans take their coffee, 79 percent drink their coffee with add-ins, like coffee creamer, sugar, etc. over drinking it black. While customization is already popular among coffee drinkers, Reddi-wip is now giving coffee lovers a new way to customize their coffee with its new Barista line of cream-based products – Nitro Creamer and Sweet Foam – to give consumers a coffeehouse experience any time of day, without the coffee shop lines or price.
Supporting statistics from the survey include:
- The Average Joe: 89 percent of Americans get their coffee from home during an average week and when thinking about why they prepare coffee at home:
- Convenient Caffeination: 72 percent state it’s because it’s more convenient
- Money Management: 70 percent state it’s because they’re saving money
- Part of the Routine: 67 percent state it’s because it’s part of their routine
- Creative Customization: 64 percent state it’s because they can make it exactly how they like it
- Sensational Smells: 60 percent state it’s because they like the smell of coffee in their home
- Coffeehouse Creations: 68 percent wish they could create their favorite coffee-shop drinks at home
- Experimentation in the Kitchen: When thinking about the coffee they make at home, 48 percent would rate themselves an “F” (five or below out of 10) on how experimental they are in the kitchen and only 28 percent would rate themselves as an “A” (9-10) or “B” (8)
- Morning Glory: 87 percent of those surveyed look forward to making coffee in the morning
- Keep on Keeping on: More than half (55 percent) of Americans wish they made their coffee at home more often and Millennials wish they made coffee at home more often than other generations (68 percent vs. 46 percent)
- Add-ins Galore: 79 percent of Americans prefer their coffee with add-ins over drinking it black and Millennials are more likely to drink their coffee with add-ins than other generations (83 percent vs. 75 percent)
- Therapeutic Touch: 73 percent of respondents find making coffee therapeutic
- The versatile, easy-to-use Reddi-wip Barista series began shipping to retailers in May and will be hitting shelves this month at Walmart and Publix stores nationwide, along with online availability through Amazon Fresh. The suggested retail price is $3.99 for a thirteen-ounce can.
Reddi-wip commissioned a 10-minute, online survey among a nationally representative sample of 1,051 U.S. adults ages 18+ who drink coffee at least once a week. The margin of error for this sample is +/- 3.1% at the 95% confidence level. The survey was fielded by Edelman Intelligence between July 10, 2019 and July 15, 2019.