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The elimination of corona restrictions in gastronomy has increased the already high coffee consumption in Germany in the first half of the year.
was consumed an average of 3.7 cups and even 3.8 cups in the second quarter, as the German coffee association reported on Friday in its latest market study. That was five percent more than in 2021 (3.6 cups) and plus nine percent compared to the pre -panda year 2019 (3.5 cups).
Above all, "the sudden increased consumption outside of your own four walls," it said. In the second quarter, per capita consumption in catering facilities was 56 percent over 2021 and 21 percent above the level before pandemic in 2019. "The coffee consumption at home decreased comparatively slightly by two percent compared to the previous year." Consumption among friends, family and acquaintances, on the other hand, has increased by 30 percent, the association reported on the basis of data from the market research institute Smartcon.
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coffee as a popular drink in Germany
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coffee is by far the most popular drink, even before mineral water and beer. Obviously, the generally strong inflation and increased coffee prices do not change that. Saving is particularly in the case of meat and sausages as well as in alcoholic beverages, according to the coffee association. “Coffee is not a product that consumers do without inflation. Rather, the coffee buying is now more planned on the basis of price offers, »the SmartCon market researcher Oliver Kaul is quoted.
at prices, the association, like most coffee roasters, does not manage. However, it is clear that the providers have had to pay high prices for raw coffee on the world markets for many months. In addition, the industry reports on drastically higher costs for packaging, energy and transport.
The Commerzbank's raw material analysts reported on Friday that the price for the Arabica variety, popular in Germany, had recently increased to around $ 2.20 dollars again after a short-term decline under $ 2.00 per US pound ($ 454 grams).
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