The Coffee Production market is worth a whopping $13bn in the US, representing a significant and robust industry that’s poised for further growth. The industry purchases coffee beans and processes them into different products that are consumed by a market that mostly consists of adults aged 25 and up.
Growing demand from consumers for premium-coffee products has driven much of the growth of the industry, in line with increased per-capita disposable income at an annualised rate of 1.8% over the next five years to 2022.
The data visualisations above illustrate the breakdown of the types of consumers, as well as coffee products, outlining who the major consumers of coffee are, and what products dominate the market.
Americans between the aged of 40 – 59 are by far the largest consumers, with a disproportionate 63.2% of the market.
When it comes to coffee products, roast and ground coffee command the largest share of the market, followed by single-use serve K-Cup coffee.
Visit the Industry Report on Coffee Production in the US (31192a) to discover more statistics and research.