2018 Perks Up More Coffee-Drinkers

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.

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NCA Annual Convention 2018

What is the NCA Annual Convention?

The NCA Annual Convention is the leading industry event for coffee professionals. Network with decision makers, learn more about the issues facing our industry, and find your place in this vibrant community.

Each year, the NCA Convention offers compelling keynote speakers, targeted breakout sessions, and parties featuring the best local food, drinks, and entertainment.

Questions? Please contact the friendly NCA staff at info@ncausa.org.

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NCA Convention Sponsors

Gain instant visibility and show your support of the coffee industry as a Convention sponsor. Opportunities are available for every budget, at a first come first serve basis. For more information, contact Terri Bartlett, NCA Director of Member Services, at trbartlett@ncausa.org or 646-924-4039.

Recap: 2017 Annual Luncheon

Modern Coffee World Perks to Preferences

By: Judith Schultz, GHPB

What is happening in the world of coffee? Michael Gaviña, incoming chair of the National Coffee Association (NCA), answered that question at the October 12th luncheon hosted by the Greater Houston Coffee Association in conjunction with the Port Bureau at the DoubleTree by Hilton Houston Hobby Airport.

Gavina at GHCA Luncheon
Michael Gaviña, incoming chair of the National Coffee Association presents: What’s brewing in the coffee trade?

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