By Tyler Hubbell
This post originally appeared on the Repsly blog
In one form or another, chances are almost everyone you know starts their day with coffee – be it home-brewed, bottled, or purchased hot or iced from a coffee shop. As longstanding as its popularity may be, the coffee industry is in the midst of a rapid change.
As millennials’ fast-paced lifestyle becomes ubiquitous, consumers are preferring to get their caffeine on the go. In turn, retailers are experimenting with novel ways to speed up ordering and get busy shoppers back in their stores.
Here are the five coffee industry trends that will dominate 2017: Continue reading
Younger coffee drinkers want to recreate the customized coffeehouse experience at home, according to new research from Packaged Facts.
The U.S. market for packaged and ready-to-drink coffee sold at retail was estimated at $13.5 billion in 2015, up almost 10% from the year before. By 2020, sales of packaged and ready-to-drink coffee in the U.S. are expected to close in on $18 billion.
Retail dollar sales continue to grow largely because of continued reinvention across the coffee industry, from k-cups to cold brew.
According to Packaged Facts, growth in the coffee industry can largely be attributed to three segments: Continue reading
America’s love affair with coffee is more complicated than ever before.
Millennials are changing the world of coffee – one purchase (or app) at a time. And it’s more than just the mason jars in the local coffee house, as shown by the data in the National Coffee Association’s 2016 National Coffee Drinking Trends (NCDT) report, which has followed America’s evolving relationship with the beverage for the past 67 years.