Coffee is one of the world's most popular beverages, with millions of people throughout the world drinking it on a daily basis. The following reports explore the global green coffee market and the global Arabica coffee market.
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To say coffee is a popular beverage would be an understatement. Statistics show that roughly two out of three adults drink it on a daily basis.
In the United States, there are more than 24,000 cafes that specialize in the production and sales of coffee. That number doesn't include the countless retail stores and restaurants that sell coffee, either packaged or brewed, as part of their inventory.
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Made from roasted coffee beans, coffee is a delicious beverage that's characterized by a dark color and high concentration of caffeine. Like other caffeinated beverages, coffee acts as a mild stimulant, thereby making it a popular choice for a morning beverage.
Coffee has become so popular, in fact, that countless other foods and beverages are processed to mimic its flavor. You can find coffee-flavored ice cream, cookies, cakes, sodas and more.
The Arabica Coffee Market report by Research N Reports is a comprehensive study of the global Arabica coffee market. Within this report, you'll find everything from the market's size and classifications to its chain structure, import and export consumption, growth drivers, challenges and more.
Arabica coffee is a unique type of coffee that's made from the Arabian coffee plant. According to Wikipedia, it's the first species of coffee plant ever to be processed and used for coffee.
Today, Arabica coffee accounts for roughly 60% of the world's total production of coffee. Arabica coffee is said to be less acid and slightly more bitter than traditional coffee.
The Global Specialty Green Coffee Market Professional Survey report by Research N Reports is a second professional study of the global coffee market, though it focuses specifically on green coffee. What is green coffee exactly? Some people assume that green coffee is a special type of coffee made from a different bean, but this isn't necessarily true.
Green coffee actually refers to coffee beans that haven't been roasted. Before being brewed, coffee beans are typically roasted to create a richer flavor.
The roasting process essentially neutralizes some of the coffee beans' acidic properties, making it more palatable. But roasting is also believed to sap some of the otherwise beneficial compounds found in coffee beans.
To produce green coffee, companies use coffee beans that haven't been roasted, so the belief is that they contain more nutrients.
Some of the key green coffee vendors profiled in this report include Pure Svetol, NatureWise, Sports Research, Lumen, Huntington, Musccletech, Health Plus, GreenNatr, Natrogix, SVETOL, Bio Nutrition, Genesis Today, Creative Bakers, Only Natural, Purely Inspired and others.