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September 29 is National Coffee Day: How the Coffee and Tea Industry is Celebrating

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coffee-cupHere at CHD Expert we know a thing or two about the coffee and tea industry landscape in the United States. Coffee and Tea is the 8th most popular menu type among US restaurants, and the coffee and tea industry achieved a 0.9% growth between 2009 and 2013. There are over 28,000 coffee and tea establishments in the United States… and some of them are celebrating National Coffee Day today.

Coffee lovers rejoice: coffee shops and restaurants across the nation are celebrating National Coffee Day by offering up free coffee and other deals to customers.

Tim Hortons is offering small cups of coffee for $1.

Dunkin’ Donuts is giving customers free medium cups of its Dark Roast blend.

McDonald’s has been offering one free small coffee to customers during breakfast service since September 16.

Krispy Kreme is offering customers a free 12 oz. cup of coffee, or customers can pay $1 to upgrade to a 12 oz. iced coffee, latte, or mocha in any flavor.

Wawa is giving its customers coupons for a free 16 oz. coffee.

Starbucks is celebrating by giving free tastings of its anniversary blend.

Le Pain Quotidien customers in New York, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, and Connecticut can get free organic coffee at more than 70 locations.

CHD Expert is an industry leader in collecting, managing, and analyzing foodservice data. We have all kinds of foodservice data available, including coffee and tea industry data, and our database features 40+ filters you can use to segment data.

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