On the occasion of World Coffee Day The International Coffee Organization has compiled a compilation showing that a Last year, more than 160,000 coffee bags were grown in the world (one bag weighing 60 kg), of which
- There are about 54,000 bags in Europe,
- 36000 bags in Asia and Oceania,
- 30,000 bags in North America,
- 27 thousand bags in South America,
- 12,000 bags in Africa,
- And in Central America and Mexico, 5,300 bags were sold.
According to international statistics, the largest consumers of coffee are the Finns, who consume an average of 12 kilograms per capita per year, compared to only 5.3 kilograms in Brazil, making the world the largest producer of coffee on the list. In Europe, after Scandinavia, residents of the Benelux countries are the largest consumers of coffee, and Hungarians are 56th with a consumption of 3.1 kilograms, behind Japan (3.3 kilograms) but ahead of Australia (3 kilograms). The Czechs, Slovaks, Slovenes, Serbs and Croats are also ahead of the Hungarians in the region.
Celebrating World Coffee Day It has its origins in Japan, where it was first held in 1983, but has not been officially listed since 2009. Its discovery, on the other hand, is all the way to the 14th. century. At that time, an Ethiopian goat herder realized that if she grazes her goats with the red fruit of a particular shrub, they will revive. The shepherd collected the mysterious berries, took them to the monks of the nearby monastery, who made a hot potion from them, and so the coffee was born.
It may have spread in Hungary during 150 years of occupation by the Turks the drink, But the opening of the first coffee houses had to wait until 1714. Since then, there have been many pros and cons. About the positive and negative effects of coffee, but most professionals agree that good coffee and moderate consumption add up to our daily lives.
I hear a lot thatMy stomach burns, “My head hurts,” “I feel bad,” “I ran too fast.”Therefore, ratherThank you, I don’t want coffee.
– Recall the most common complaints in Studying the culture of coffee consumption László Szabó, from Seven-time world champion and nine-time European champion Peter Borunkai is working with the Hungarian Paralympic Games to develop a type of coffee that doesn’t cause such problems.
On the occasion of World Coffee Day, GKI Digital conducted a survey of coffee habits in the workplace in Hungary and found that every second employee also drank coffee at work. Good coffee at work became an expectation, with 73 percent of respondents saying this was particularly important. while the z Respondent spends every second about three thousand forints per month on home coffee, 38 percent of them spend more than that, while more than half of workplace coffee shops have benefits and do not have to pay for them. However, not everyone uses the free option, only 41 percent of them use it, and the rest prefer coffee that suits their tastes and quality expectations. About a quarter of the research participants themselves take the raw materials to their workplace and machine them, and every ten participants go to work packed with ready-made coffee.
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