Coffee-makers are busily brewing in American kitchens as more consumers are drinking a daily cup of coffee in 2018 than in the previous six years. According to a survey commissioned by the National Coffee Association (NCA), 64% of Americans age 18 or over indicated they had a cup of coffee the previous day in 2018. This compares with 62% in 2017 and approximates to the level last recorded in 2012. Gourmet coffee consumption stayed near 2017 levels, still popular with younger consumers, with 48% of millennials enjoying a cup the day before. The daily coffee consumption survey results are part of the NCA National Coffee Drinking Trends report shared recently at their annual conference.
See a part of the Houston Ship Channel few get to experience on this unique M/V Sam Houston Dinner Tour. Unlike most tours on the M/V Sam Houston which focus on the Turning Basin, this tour leaves from the San Jacinto Battlegrounds near the Battleship Texas and passes Barbours Cut, one of the two primary container terminals in Houston. GHCA President Ricardo Arias will narrate the tour, providing insight into Port Houston’s container business and the coffee trade.
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