Which country ranks No. 1 in the world for per capita consumption of coffee when measured by dry weight in metric tons?
– United States
The average consumption of 2.64 cups of coffee per day in Finland is probably a conservative estimate. It is typical to find coffee served throughout the day, every day. Most workers’ unions require coffee breaks scheduled into the working day. The most popular coffee blends in Finland are very light roasts. Luncheons after church and on special occasions are usually celebrated with a buffet of breads, cold sandwiches, cakes, cookies and endless khavi (coffee.) Source: CaffeineInformer.com; WorldAtlas.com
Annual consumption per capita is just over 4 kg compared with 5 kg on average in Europe. … The annual consumption of over 5 kg per capita in Brazil is exceptionally high among the over 60 coffee-producing countries. Consumption of coffee is associated with reduced risk of death attributed to inflammatory and cardiovascular diseases in the Iowa Women’s Health Study.