The US Roasted Coffee Market

Factors such as geographical proximity and the sophistication of consumption are characteristics that position it as a market of interest for coffee farmers in the region.

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

From the executive summary of a study by Procomer of Costa Rica entitled  "Roasted coffee market in the US":

- The USA is the main consumer of coffee worldwide, the number one importer of gold coffee and the second of roasted coffee, it is also the number one destination for coffee exports from Costa Rica. Factors such as geographical proximity, the sophistication of consumption and a growing interest on the part of consumers in a more active role of producers in the value chain, are characteristics that position it as a market of interest to increase the share of exports of roasted coffee.  

- In the study, the business models evaluated have in common the fact that the US is a mature market whose growth has been based more on the sophistication of consumption rather than attracting new consumers, this implies a vision of disruptive innovation associating the channel to consumption experiences outside or inside of the home. 

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