Sixty-two percent of Americans are drinking a daily cup of coffee in 2017, up from 57 percent in 2016, according to National Coffee Association USA's National Coffee Drinking Trends report. The report interprets participants who drank a cup of coffee the previous day as daily drinkers. The biggest jump was in gourmet coffee, including 24 percent of participants having consumed an espresso-based drink the day before the survey, up from 18 percent in 2016. Consumption increased across age groups, with 37 percent of 13-to-18-year olds drinking a cup the prior day and 64 percent of 40-to-69-year olds drinking a cup the previous day. Ownership of single-cup brewers was on the rise as well, up to 33 percent from 29 percent in 2016, reports Reuters. Full Story

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