The Latest Coffee Statistics From 2019

Coffee Statistics

Coffee is consumed more often, by more people around the world than any other beverage. Recent trends in coffee sales made 2019 a very successful year for the coffee industry. With that being said, let’s take a look at some of the latest statistics from the UK coffee industry and see just how successful 2019 really was:

The Latest Coffee Statistics From 2019

  • Independent UK coffee shops totaled £6 billion in annual sales in 2019.
  • There are more than 6,000 coffee shops throughout the UK.
  • The average drive-thru coffee shop in the UK sold 73,000 cups of espresso and coffee based drinks in 2019.
  • The average price for an espresso based drink in the UK in 2019 was £5 and the average price for brewed coffee was £
  • More than 65% of all coffee in the UK is consumed during breakfast hours, with 30% throughout the day between meals.
  • 35% of UK coffee drinkers prefer their coffee black, while 65% prefer to add cream and/or sugar.
  • 65% of UK adults drink coffee with their breakfast, 30% drink coffee between meals, and 5% drink it with meals other than breakfast.
  • 80% of Britain’s prepare coffee at home.
  • About 35% of coffee consumers usually drink black coffee.
  • Compostable coffee pods and organic coffee capsules are becoming more popular every year. However, more than 80% of coffee drinkers are still using the official coffee pods from manufacturers and the other 19% are choosing compostable coffee pods or organic coffee capsules.
  • People in the UK drink 70 million cups of coffee per day, compared to only 165 million cups of tea.
  • More than 930 million lattes were sold in the UK in 2019.
  • The UK imported more than £1 Billion worth of coffee in 2019.
  • Britain’s consume 75% of all their caffeine in the form of coffee.
  • 66% of women in the UK drink coffee every day, compared to 62% of men.
  • 79% of Britain’s prepare coffee at home.
  • 48% of millennials consume gourmet coffee.
  • 29% of UK coffee consumers drink coffee to relax.
  • A coffee plant can live up to 100 years.
  • Brazil exports 5.7 billion pounds of coffee every year.

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