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Wednesday May 24th 2017

Ethiopia and the World’s Coffee Drinkers

From, Stumbleupon.com:   A map of world’s coffee-drinking habits locates the global epicenter far from tropical coffee plantations, in Scandinavia, where coffee consumption is well above the global average is 2.9 pounds (1.3 kilograms) per year.

While you might think of coffee as merely a good caffeinated drink, the seeds of the Coffea plant represent the second most important legally traded commodity, following oil, in terms of dollar value, writes Mark Pendergast in Uncommon Grounds. Consequently, these beans mean a lot to some 25 million farmers in developing countries.

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Interactive map: Chartbin
Data: World Resources Institute

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