Coffee is among the most popular beverages in Canada and the world. Relished for its rich flavor and aroma, coffee can also act as a mild stimulant due to its caffeine content. While coffee is commonly served hot, a plethora of coffee varieties and specialties now exist, including iced coffee and mocha. In 2014, single-serve coffee accounted for 31.1 percent of the hot beverage market in Canada, with traditional mainstream coffee coming in second place.
The two most commonly produced and consumed coffee strains are Arabica and Robusta. Cultivated throughout Africa, Central and South America and South East Asia, coffee is one of the world’s largest export commodities. In 2015, Canada imported approximately 624.74 million U.S. dollars of coffee (approximately 866 million Canadian dollars as of December 2015), largely from producers in Columbia and Brazil.
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