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The United States is a great coffee lover. 62 percent of Americans drink coffee every day, averaging 3 cups a day, according to a survey by the National Coffee Association. There is such a taste for the drink that it is not enough to celebrate an International Coffee Day, there is also a National Coffee Day.
For many people, the consumption of this drink is a morning ritual and the number of coffee shops can be an indicator of how much caffeine is consumed in a city or state. According to research by sleep experts Zoma Sleep, California is the city with the most coffee shops in the country and the city with the most coffee shops per capita.
San Francisco is the city with the most coffee shops per inhabitant
Francisco has the highest concentration of coffee shops per inhabitant. There are 528 coffee shops in the city to serve 866,606 inhabitants. One cafeteria for every 1,641 people.
Portland in Oregon ranks second on the list. There are 368 coffee shops and a population of 656,751. One cafeteria for every 1,784 people in the city.
Honolulu in Hawaii ranked third, with 186 coffee shops and 341,555 people, which is equivalent to one coffee shop for every 1,836 people.
Los Angeles is the city with the most coffee shops in the United States
Los Angeles in California is the city that has the most coffee shops, with 727 stores. But given that its population is 3,970,219, it is not the place with the most coffee shops per inhabitant. It has one cafeteria for every 4,270 people.
Hawaii the state with the most coffee shops per capita
Hawaii has 555 coffee shops for a population of 1,420,491 which means that there is one store for every 2,559 people.
Mississippi is the least awake state in the United States
Mississippi has the fewest coffee shops in relation to its population. It has 318 cafeterias to serve 2,963,914 inhabitants, which means that there is one cafeteria for every 9,320 people.
To conduct the study, Zoma Sleep used the Yelp API to collect data on the number of coffee shops in more than 10,000 cities and towns in the United States and then cross-referenced the data with the latest population figures for each town and city.
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