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  • Coffee. The world’s most beloved beverage. Coffee offers many benefits that it is almost impossible to imagine life without it. Whether it's because of its wonderful taste or the fact that it helps us restore our energy when we need it most – people all across the world choose to start their day with a cup of joe. But how much do you really know about this popular beverage? Here are 5 facts about coffee that you may find surprising!

    1. Do you like coffee? Well, appreantly you’re not alone! Each year, over 500 billion coffee mugs are consumed worldwide. That’s 67.5 times the world’s population! Also, you’ll be surprised to know the country that consumes the largest amount of coffee per person is not the U.S but Finland!

    2. How to keep your coffee beans fresh? Well, coffee beans need to be stored in a sealed, shaded, and cool place that will keep them away from air, moisture, and heat. The best way to store your coffee beans to assure their freshness, is by storing them in a whole bean coffee dispenser. Also, if you’re a coffee shop owner, a commercial coffee bean dispenser will add a nice elegant touch to your design let alone streamline your staff's work.


    3. According to recent studies, there are certain times during the day when drinking coffee will have a better effect on your overall performance. So, when is the best time to have your cup of coffee? It's either early in the morning or between 14:00 to 17:00 o’clock in the afternoon. 

    4.Have you ever imagined that your coffee can actually help you while working out? Try having a nice cup of coffee right before you leave for the gym or go out jogging – studies show it can increase your physical strength while working out (although it is best to avoid sugar before working out).

    5.Coffee shops are the highest growing branch in the restaurant business, which isn’t surprising, given the fact that coffee is also the second most traded product in the world, after crude oil.