Sep 6, 2011 #4 wuliheron. Well anyway, here’s what their 2013 data revealed about the amount of coffee consumed by country per capita (per person on average). That’s less than 1/3 a liter per day per person, which I read to mean that there aren’t as many coffee drinkers in the United States as many would like to believe. Coffee consumption per capita is the average weight of coffee, in kilograms, consumed annually by each person in a given country or region. Each person in the top 15 caffeine addicted countries with the highest coffee consumption in the world consumes on average between 5.5 kg and 12 kg of coffee. A significant amount of imports are re-exported to Russia as green or roasted coffee. Highest Consumption per Capita: Finland With a staggering 11.7 kg of coffee consumed annually, Finland is the absolute leader of this metric. Coffee is the national beverage in Brazil, and coffee is actually cafezinho (ca-fay-zee-nyo), which is almost a synonym for welcome in the country. ... there were abour four things to do in Finland in for most of the year: Drink Vodka, drink coffee, play checkers, and look at the snow, and in that order. 2. On average, the Netherlands consumes nearly double the coffee per capita that the next country, Finland, does. 3 years ago #9742002 4 . In Finland, coffee is considered to be a social experience and is often shared among groups of friends. The leading country in per capita consumption in the world is Finland, where the average annual coffee consumption is 12 kg per capita. But the second surprise of the list is that the top coffee consuming country is Finland, … Similar to other European nations, coffee gained popularity in Norway in the 18th century. It is known to be a part of their custom and a tradition in Finland. The European Union (EU) has one of the world’s highest average annual per capita consumption at just above 5 kg of coffee per person a year. On the other end of the scale was India with 0.003 kg, Ghana with 0.010 kg and Mauritania with 0.010 kg. The average person in the U.S. consumes about three cups of coffee per day. European countries favor coffee more than any other countries. Netherland (8.4 kg per capita) There are various Do’s and Don’ts in the Netherland. The country imports nearly all its coffee from developing nations with Brazil as its leading supplier. Per capita consumption of coffee in Belgium and the Netherlands 2013 U.S. share of instant coffee consumption by ethnicity 2020 Share of past-day coffee … … In 2017, the green coffee re-exports amounted to 7.1 thousand tonnes representing only 1.1% of Europe’s … It is typical for a Finn to drink coffee continuously throughout the day, often accompanied by a sweet bun or a sandwich. In the U.S., love coffee (average consumption among coffee drinkers is about 3.1 cups per day in the United States) but we love our specialty coffees even more. The top five countries in coffee consumption per capita: That’s 12 kilograms of coffee per person in Finland each year. During this period, Norway,… 1 pound roasted coffee = 1.19 pounds of green coffee beans. To better understand how much Finland dominates, we calculated Western Europe’s annual consumption average, excluding Finland. You may be surprised to know Brazil is ranked tenth in terms of coffee consumption per capita because it has been the world's largest producer of coffee beans for the last 150 years. It seems Finland’s neighbors Norway, […] Finland - 12 kilograms (26 lbs.) Annual consumption per capita in Europe varies from more than 8 kg on average in the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden) to around 3 kg in the United Kingdom and most of Eastern Europe. Weight is presented as Green Bean Equivalent (GBE). At the moment Finland is number one ;) Top Coffee Consuming Countries; Finland: 9.6 kg per capita Norway: 7.2 kg per capita Netherlands 6.7 kg per capita Slovenia: 6.1 kg per capita Austria: 5.5 kg per capita Annual consumption per capita is just over 4 kg compared with 5 kg on average in Europe. The continent has a per capita consumption of 5 kg (11lbs) of coffee each year. Finland has the highest per capita coffee consumption rate in the world at 26.5 pounds of coffee per year. Drinking about 1.9 cups of coffee per day, about 14.33 pounds is the per capita rate in … Consumption in Europe varies from around 10 kg per capita per year in the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Statistics show that the annual per-capita coffee consumption in Finland and Japan is 1,200 and 180 cups, respectively, compared with six cups on the Chinese mainland. Specialty coffee sales are increasing 20% every year. The world's 20 biggest coffee drinkers (in kg per capita per year) Finland - 12 Because this average of 12kg per capita per annum is generally achieved after weeding out the children for the fuzzy math. Black … This is highest in the Nordic countries (Norway, Finland, Iceland, and Sweden). Finland consumes the most coffee per capita in the whole world made by Exde. By absolute volume, the United States is the largest market for coffee, followed by Germany and Japan. According to the International Coffee Association, people living in Finland annually consumes 1,262 cups of coffee, a world record. For total coffee consumption, Euromonitor combined the volume of coffee per capita that retail stores sold to consumers and that food service outlets purchased to brew. Based on a comparison of 152 countries in 2017, Luxembourg ranked the highest in coffee consumption per capita with 24.8 kg followed by Laos and Finland. If you ever go in Finland, visit someone’ Coffee is so popular in Finland that two 10-minute coffee breaks are legally mandated for Finnish workers. Which country is most fond of the much-loved coffee bean? We’ve mapped the world according to coffee consumption per capita – and it’s the Finns that come out on top. While 2.6 million tons of coffee was consumed in the European Union countries, Finland with a consumption of more than 12 kilograms per capita per year, Finland has settled at the top of the world. Finland has the highest coffee consumption per capita in the world, averaging 12 kilograms (26 lb) of coffee per person annually. They grind their way through an impressive 12kg per person per year, according to stats from the International Coffee Organization (ICO). Annual consumption per capita is just over 4 kg compared with around 5 kg on average in Europe. 1 in the world for coffee consumption per capita, according to data collected by market research provider Euromonitor International. Denmark. Following is a chart ranking the top 15 countries in coffee consumption per capita in 2013. “A day without coffee is like … a day without coffee !” The United States is currently the world's largest market for coffee. Luxembourg. Finland is the biggest consumer of coffee globally on a per-person basis—the average Finn drinks nearly four cups a day. Europe has the highest per capita coffee consumption worldwide. Comments: expand all: collapse all: sort by: votes date direction: ascending descending. Many social aspects of coffee can be seen in the modern-day lifestyle. What is wrong with you people?! Canada, Australia, Sweden and New Zealand are also large coffee-consuming countries. I can only drink so much coffee! Consumers in the country focus on the quality and variety of coffee. They grind their way through an impressive 12kg per person per year, according to stats from the International Coffee Organization. I try and try to increase the coffee consumption per capita in the US, but I'm only one person! The top three of the pile are Netherlands, Finland and Sweden, who have an average per capita coffee consumption of over 7. 0 . By the way, SATW "coffee consumption by country data " was from the year 2002. We don't have to fight about it: Finns lead by a wide margin. The Finnish people drink coffee with every occasion or non-occasion and the post-church luncheons are also usually all about the brown beans. Coffee is the magic world in this winter wonderland for people as they consume coffee in what could easily be construed as unhealthy amounts. Coffee enthusiast Finland, the coldest countries in Europe, Sweden, Norway, Iceland and Switzerland followed. 1. The UK only drinks 2.8kg of coffee per year - about a cup a day, and ranks 46th globally. The Finns' affinity for this hot beverage could stem from the extremely cold temperatures that are experienced in the country. However, United States is not the biggest coffee consumer in the world, despite its size. Weighing in at 8.7 kg of coffee per capita per year, Denmark takes 4th on our list. Finland - Most Coffee Lover Country Finland drinks 12 kilograms per capita every year, according to the research conducted by the International Coffee Organization. In 2017, the country imported 66,587 tonnes of coffee. Finland is No. Finland's northern European neighbours are … Finnish coffee is usually prepared from lightly roasted coffee beans. The United States is the world’s largest market for coffee. Do keep an eye … DarkMage7280 39. In fact, in consumption per capita, the U.S. doesn’t even rank in the top ten. That’s more than 25 pounds of coffee in a year on average. 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