When it comes to coffee and tea, Mana Foods has got you covered!
According to USA Today, "About 83 percent of adults drink coffee in the U.S., the world's biggest consumer of the beverage..."
Considering the above findings, we found it relevant to briefly disucss the topic in regards to what Mana Foods has to offer.
We're proud to boast a large selection of both tea and coffee options. Located in the bulk section, as well as the tea/coffee grocery aisle, we strive to carry only the highest quality of both, including many organic organic options.
"Some days you make the coffee, some days the coffee makes you" and some days it's simply both!
Studies have shown that over 50% of coffee drinkers make their coffee at home, which is why we offer all the necessary tools to do so. Whether your preference is french press, drip, loose leaf tea, dairy creamers, non-dairy creamers, light roasts, dark roasts, locally grown, organic, or all of the above, Mana foods has you covered!
With all of the above in mind we'll leave you with a few coffee facts that may just teach you something new.
Shepherds discovered coffee in Ethiopia circa 800 A.D.
Coffee is the second most traded commodity on earth.
In Italian espresso means "when something is forced out."
Coffee was the first food to be freeze-dried.
There are two types of coffee beans: Arabica and Robusta.
The majority of coffee is produced in Brazil.
Hawaii is the only state in the U.S. that commercially grows coffee.
Coffee was originally a food.
Coffee is actually a fruit.
The world's most expensive coffee is $600 a pound.
There have been five attempts to ban coffee throughout history.
New Yorkers drink almost seven times as much coffee as the rest of the U.S.
Coffee drinkers have a lower risk of Alzheimer's disease.
Coffee stays warmer when you add cream.
But, when you add milk, it weakens the effects of caffeine.
The largest cup of coffee ever was brewed in July 2014 in South Korea
Coffee was brought to New Amsterdam (present day New York City) in the mid-1600s.
Just smelling coffee can wake you up.
Dark roast coffees have less caffeine than lighter roasts.
Decaf does not mean caffeine-free.
In the United States, 80% of adults consume caffeine every day.
Americans consume 400 million cups of coffee per day.