There are many coffee brand names on the market, in the supermarket, or the local market. While you may have seen quite a few different products, you would be surprised at how big the list of brands actually could be.
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On this page, you'll find the coffee brands broken into three groups: United States of America, Canada and the UK. There are so many brands and not surprising these vary a great deal from country to country, though there are still a few brand names that are present in most developed markets.
Initially, I will present the top twelve or so brand names in each market, so let's get started looking at brands in the US, the UK, and Canada.
Currently the US coffee market is the biggest marketplace in the world in terms of cups served and dollars earned. However, surprisingly, the US is not the heaviest per capita consumer either.
According to recent statistics, it ranks next to Portugal! Canada consumes more. The UK far less. And the top consumer: Finland at 12kgs per person (I'm not sure what their secret is apart from long winter nights).
Some reports suggest that Americans consume approx. 400 million cups of coffee per day! I'm sure that is probably why the US market reigns supreme and has sales of about $18 billion per year, so it's a big gulp of the global market.
So these top brands are actually making the biggest dent in the US market, with many brands being available nationwide. You can check out some of the US brands available.
Brands like Folgers and Maxwell House focus more on the at home market with their instant and pre-ground products, etc. While Dunkin Donuts, Peet's, Starbucks, Seattle's Best are found in specialist shops primarily, though you can find them in the supermarkets, too.
There is some overlap with the US market, so you'll find some familiar names:
But there are also popular local brands that have both cafes and in-supermarket products, too. In recent years, there has been quite a surge in demand for coffee, especially quality products in the UK. Even despite the recently poor economic situation, the number of cafes operated by the well-known chains has grown by over 1/3 in the past three years alone.
Coffee consumption in the UK is however considerably less than in the States. By some estimates, we only consume about half of the US figure at about 2.8kgs per person per year! Perhaps we shouldn't be surprised by this because we consume so much tea! There are many UK coffee brands available, too.
I've only found about 11 popular brands from Canada, though I could be missing a few! Canadian coffee consumption is a staggering 6.5kgs per person per year! Making the Canadian consumer our #1 out of the three countries surveyed in this report!
The premier brand by the longest distance is of course, Tim Horton's Coffee which has become iconic in Canada. There are no competitors that come even close in market share because Canadians are tremendously loyal to this brand. You can check out some of the Canadian coffee brands here.
If you know of any other Canadian brands, or indeed other brand names that I've forgotten in any of the three markets, please drop me a line or share in the box below!
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