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6 Little Known Facts About Coffee Most People Don't Know
6 Little Known Facts About Coffee Most People Don't Know
6 Little Known Facts About Coffee Most People Don't Know
6 Little Known Facts About Coffee Most People Don't Know
6 Little Known Facts About Coffee Most People Don't Know
6 Little Known Facts About Coffee Most People Don't Know
6 Little Known Facts About Coffee Most People Don't Know
6 Little Known Facts About Coffee Most People Don't Know
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6 Little Known Facts About Coffee Most People Don't Know

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To learn more about each fact, read the entire blog post here: http://kindlycoffee.com/blogs/do-more-with-coffee/10195861-6-little-known-facts-most-coffee-drinkers-dont-know …

To learn more about each fact, read the entire blog post here: http://kindlycoffee.com/blogs/do-more-with-coffee/10195861-6-little-known-facts-most-coffee-drinkers-dont-know

Between 2.25 and 4 billion cups of coffee are consumed on a daily basis worldwide every day. Many consumers may not be aware of the history of our obsession with coffee or the impact of the beverage that many of us rely on to power through the day. You might be surprised to learn that more water is needed to produce a single liter of coffee than a liter of wine or that coffee is historically the second most commonly traded commodity on earth, second only to crude oil.

All across Latin America, Africa, and Southeast Asia, people grow coffee. In these tropical countries, growing and exporting green coffee is a pillar of the economy. Exports of green coffee globally are worth $15 billion a year.

To these people, coffee is more than a drink.

In the US, far away from where this sacred fruit - yes, a fruit - is cultivated and where 83% of adults drink coffee, little is known of the origin of coffee and what goes into its production. Just to get started, here are 6 little known facts most coffee drinkers don't know.

Thank you, Kindly!

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