In recent years Norway has registred an increase of coffee consumption and it is become one of the leading countries for per capita coffee consumption, in second place after Finland. Learn more.
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The HoReCa coffee market in Denmark has increased significantly in the past few years and it is moving towards more sustainable consumption. Read more
A focus on coffee consumption away from the home in Sweden. In recent years in Sweden there has been a significant increase in coffee bars and coffee chains. Read more.
CoffeeBI is proud to be back in partnership with Europe’s leading event for coffee shop business owners, the Coffee Shop Innovation Expo.
In Spain, people usually drink 7 variations of coffee and a lot of their time is spent in coffee shops. Read more about the coffee habits in Spain.
2018 was an amazing year for coffee production in Brazil which achieved export figures of 23.39 million bags, an increase of 18% over 2017
Poland is a country that has only recently started to discover its love of coffee and its market is dominated by coffee shop chains and by consumers’ desire to drink better quality coffee.
With a with a coffee per capita consumption more than 7 kg, Canada is positioned in the coffee top ten of countries in the world that drink more coffee per capita.
Tunisia is a small country and the coffee consumption is concentrated in urban areas. The Ministry of Commerce (OCT) is controlling the coffee import. The coffee is sold to the roasters at the same prices whatever it is: around 2€/kg.
In the last few years, China has become one of the largest coffee consumers in the world. Here 7 points to know the reasons.