NEW YORK -- The consumption rates of gourmet coffee, as well as occasional coffee, continue to grow, according to a recent study conducted by the National Coffee Association of USA here. This represents an increase of 3 million new drinkers from 2000, with the entire increase coming from new occasional drinkers. In addition, 81% of daily coffee drinkers consume the beverage at home, while 32% drink it at out-of-the-home places, whether at their office, in eating establishments or while ...

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