American coffee consumption is on an upswing. “The number of Americans drinking a daily cup of coffee is at the highest level since 2012,” reads a 2018 Reuters article.
Farmers in Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and California do grow beans; still, the United States also imports a lion-sized quantity. For 30 years, we led the world in coffee imports. It’s perhaps no surprise that coffee-loving countries like Italy and Japan are among the top importers, but others, like the Netherlands, belie their relatively small population size by importing a sizable amount.
VinePair compiled data from the International Coffee Organization to see which countries are bringing in the most beans. Learn more with this chart!
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