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The average coffee drinker typically has 3.4 cups a day, tea fans drink 2.7 cups

MILAN – The average coffee drinker typically has 3.4 cups a day, while tea fans drink 2.7 cups, according to a survey by OnePoll on behalf of the Chinet brand. Tea drinkers were 35% more likely to add sugar to their drinks, while those who preferred coffee were more focused on caffeine quantity.

Coffee in Germany: profits and competition galore for German brands in 2018

‘Coffee and smoking are the last great addictions’ goes the popular quote, and nowhere else is this axiom put to better practice than in...

Three cups of java a day may lower risk of clogged arteries, study suggests

Drinking more than three cups of java every day may lower their risk for clogged arteries, a new Brazilian study suggests. In the study,...

Coffee in Taiwan – How an Island of Tea-drinkers came to love the bean!

Taiwan is historically known for tea, and until the mid 1990’s visiting java junkies had few choices for a bean-juice fix outside of the...

Heavy drinkers: Britons consume 1,460 cups of coffee each year

Caffeine-loving Britons consume 1,460 cups of coffee a year on average (that’s 93,440 cups in an adult lifetime), according to new research. Researchers took an...

Australian coffee shop owners report massive shift toward plant milks

Australian coffee shop owners have reported that more and more people are choosing plant-based milks instead of dairy. According to them, it's not just...

Three tricks to make your coffee super-healthy

First, you may have seen debate in the past about how coffee has some compounds in it that could have negative health effects such...

The rise and rise of South Africa’s coffee culture

According to Statistics South Africa, coffee shops have contributed to around 2.8 percentage points of the positive annual growth around takeaway and fast food....

CANADA – Coffee consumption habits continue to shift

According to a consumer report published earlier this week by the NPD Group, out-of-home coffee servings have fallen by more than 3% annually in...

UK – New research reveals coffee challenge for caterers

LONDON - United Coffee UK & Ireland has unveiled its latest research into the nation’s coffee drinking habits, revealing the fierce competition contract caterers...

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