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U.S. coffee consumption among African-Americans by type 2020

In 2020, 32 percent of African-Americans in the United States drank gourmet coffee beverages during the past day. African-American survey respondents also commonly consumed espresso-based beverages, while instant coffee was the least popular type of brew.

Coffee consumption in the U.S.

The average consumer in the United States drank 1.87 cups of coffee per day in 2020. Whether it be gourmet or non-gourmet, traditional coffee was the most popular option among Americans for their past-day consumption. Decaf and instant coffee were consumed the least that year.

Coffee worldwide

Globally, some 165 million 60-kilogram bags of coffee were consumed in the marketing year of 2018/19. Consumption numbers have grown steadily each year since 2012/13. Much of the coffee consumed across the globe in 2019 was produced in Latin America. Specifically, the top coffee-producing region was South America, as the continent cultivated roughly 80 million 60 kg bags that year. Mexico and Central America accounted for a combined total of over 20 million bags.

Coffee consumption share among African-Americans in the United States in 2020, by type of coffee

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Source

Release date

2020

Region

United States

Survey time period

January 2020

Number of respondents

362 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

Special properties

both males and females, who consumed a beverage other than tap water the day prior to being interviewed

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

The original question ran as follows:' What did you drink yesterday during each of the following times? This may include any beverage that you drank at home or outside your home and may have come in a cup, can or bottle.'
Traditional coffee, drunk hot or iced. This includes both gourmet and not gourmet. Figures might not add up due to rounding.
Traditional coffee (not gourmet): Traditional coffee drunk hot or iced that is not brewed from premium whole bean or ground varieties.
Traditional coffee (gourmet): Traditional coffee drunk hot or iced that is brewed from premium whole bean or ground varieties.
Espresso-based beverages: includes cappuccino, espresso, latte, café mocha, macchiato and caffé Americano.
Decaffeinated coffee: a cup of coffee that was decaffeinated or a combination of decaffeinated and caffeinated.
Instant Coffee: instant coffee from a can or jar (adding hot water to coffee granules or syrup in a cup) or instant coffee from pre-measured stick pack (adding hot water to coffee granules in a cup).
Non-espresso based beverages: frozen blended coffee, cold brew coffee and nitro coffee.
Gourmet Coffee Beverages (net) includes Espresso-Based Beverages, Non-Espresso-Based Beverages, Traditional Coffee-Gourmet and ready to- drink coffee beverages, which is not shown in the graph.

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