Which coffee brand is the best per US customer demand?

Which coffee brand is the best per US customer demand?

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  1. I no longer drink coffee but was made curious by your question. what I found is that almost everyone has a different answer. These answers straight from Google;
    Best selling
    Keurig–rules single serve coffee. …
    Folgers
    Starbucks
    Maxwell House
    Dunkin Donuts–
    Best tasting from Epicurious
    Green Mountain/Newman’s Own Organic French Roast. This coffee is mild and pleasant to drink. …
    Allegro Organic Early Bird Blend. …
    Dunkin’ Donuts Original Blend. …
    Archer Farms Organic Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Light Roast Whole Bean Coffee. …
    Folgers Classic Roast Coffee & Maxwell House Original Coffee

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  2. The Most popular in sales or by taste?
    Tide is the most popular laundry detergent in sales, but i Seriously doubt it is the best in overall performance. I do not know what coffee has The highest sales.
    The best in taste of coffee is a matter of opinion. I like Groundworks. I really don’t like USA food culture where everything has to have tons of salt and sugar and preservatives in it. It’s disgusting. And it is also one of the reasons the USA has an obesity problem. I want to taste the artisan coffee, not those overused spices (in reference to Starbucks)

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  3. Folgers. But, I am in the state of Hawaii with the best and rarest coffees. My favorite is Kona Coffee, dark roasted P-berry. Good source: Dr. Paulo’s Farms 83–5650 Rock Bottom Road, Captain Cook, Hi 96704, 1–800–873–6693 Dr. Paulo’s| NonGMO Kona Coffee and NonGMO Macadamia Nuts Ask for the 8 oz bag, usual cost $10.00. Have a nice day!

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  4. I don’t really keep track of other coffee brands. My best guess for which coffee brand is the best would be Starbucks since they have grown so fast and can be found on many continent’s around the world.
    I don’t know if their are any other coffee brands that have as many well established locations as Starbucks.
    At our location Pike Place sells the best and is available year round.
    For customers that enjoy dark roast we presently offer Christmas blend.

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  5. A2A – I don’t know. I don’t drink coffee.
    My husband isn’t picky about his coffee – he likes Folgers and Donut Shop.
    My nephew likes the Folgers Black Silk.
    My best friend loves Starbucks.

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  6. This year alone (2018) there were 1.09 million dollars in sales for a very popular coffee brand. The brand is, Folgers. Folgers was rated the top ground coffee bran in the US this year. Folger sales brand all together for this year tunred out to be approximately 4.02 million US $.

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  7. It’s probably going to be something like Folgers and Maxwell House. They’re good for what they are but personally I tend to like Coffee Bean. Or Seattle’s Best. Then Starbucks.I worked at Starbucks and Coffee Bean for over 12 years. I think C.Bean is better coffee. Infact Coffee Bean has better product.

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  8. Coffee has been going through quite a renaissance over the last 30 years or so. Americans have grown up from the bland big blue cans of Maxwell’s house my parents drank to fresher roasted beans.
    Sure, there are people who will still buy big cans of coffee already ground, but I believe as the knowledge of health benefits from coffee grow, The notion of fresher roasts not only tasting better, but also having more health benefits will send a larger portion of the population to preparing their coffee that way. Coffee as convenience is more about suiting the addiction (which most of us, if not all of us have)
    Coffee as lifestyle is growing
    I’m hoping the trend will include people rating their own, grinding fresh daily, and enjoying the fruits f their labor by enjoying it with those they love.
    coffeehouse culture needs to make a comeback. I hope it shatters the disillusionment of what social media has cast as an ill to society.
    there is a balance

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  9. Popularity doesn’t indicate quality.
    If it did, McDonald’s would be ranked higher than Morton’s of Chicago.
    The most popular coffee is probably some pre-ground swill that gets stored in a refrigerator for the month or so it takes to get used up and can be best described as a caffeine delivery system.
    The best? That’s subjective. If Joe or Jane Consumer like their stale refrigerated coffee the best, then to them it’s the best.
    Others like Charbuck’s or one of the big chain coffees are popular and are in general better than the pre-ground drek that comes in cans or bags.
    To me, the best is the coffee that I roast at home and grind fresh before I brew it.

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  10. If you are looking for single cup, ready to drink coffee then it would be McDonalds followed by Starbucks. If you are looking for ground coffee in bulk for brewing then it would be Folgers. The single cup brewing market has been cornered by Keurig Green Mountain cups.
    This denotes sales volume and is not a feature of quality or taste of the products.
    Thanks for the A2A Lilybey

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  11. Demand is driven by availability. That said, Starbucks most likely has the highest sales. One could interpret that as the highest demand. But there are billions of people in the US, all with unique likes; and taste is subjective and changes over time. I used to love Dunkin Donuts coffee before I discovered Gloria Jean and Starbucks. Then I became a “coffee snob” and only drank Starbucks for a while. Over time I got tired of the almost burnt taste of Starbucks (aka “Charbucks”) and sought out locally owned coffee shops exclusively. I could almost always find a better cup there. Eventually I got frugal and began brewing from home. Now my requirement is organic. I compromise on the taste a bit but that’s what’s important to me now.

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  12. It is a very subjective question that no particular brand can satisfy!
    It depends on the person’s taste, culture, financial status, the kind of water used, the type of creamer, etc.. Too many variables that there is no one logical answer that can be had.
    Most of the time people …

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  13. There is no effective measure of customer demand for the two biggest “coffee brands” in the US (Starbucks and Dunkin Donuts).
    Further their business models are different and simple measures of customer/transaction volume are opaque at best. Starbucks is a direct outlet brand and DD is a franchise operation. Their customer experience is quite different and they naturally target different customer segments.
    Starbucks Versus Dunkin’: Business Models Compared
    Beyond that…
    Coffee is essentially a commodity of agricultural origins meaning the raw product has a lot of variation even locally but by the natural blending a whole range of coffee beans with various qualities can be accessed. Finally this can all be roasted in different ways and to different levels to create different roasts and of course the made into whatever type of coffee drink is wanted.
    Consequently what is best is the choice of individuals rather than coffee “brands”.
    Consumer brands associated with “coffee” like Starbucks, for instance, are not really coffee brands. Once can readily compare their comparative performance based on published data but comparing that to consumer demand is very difficult. If consumers want coffee they have geographic dependencies and buying good coffee from a local unbranded cafe may we’ll be part of the consumer coffee demand that cannot be allocated to one brand or other – until the consumer has the geographic proximity to consider them as an option.
    In summary, the question is misplaced and lacks insight into the coffee experience consumers seek.

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  14. Commercially successful brand with the most demand is Starbucks (hands down). They built their brand around the customer experience rather than the quality of their coffee. Of course this has proven to be really successful.
    That said, it does not mean that their product is any good. For me it doesn’t even make the cut when it comes to my coffee choices.
    One of the most looked after specialty coffee brands in the US are Stumptown and Intelligentsia .

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  16. In the USA there is no best.. it is strictly regional.
    New England loves Duncan Donuts coffee… North Carolina JFG coffee, etc.
    State by state there are favorite brands.

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  17. Starbucks is currently the top. Dunkin Donuts used to be huge, but their quality dropped too low. McDonalds is getting more popular because it’s a decent coffee and costs only one dollar, versus the five-dollar price tag for Starbucks. The difference, between the two, is that Starbucks uses fresh ground top-quality beans, plus the coffee is more robust and complex. If you are a coffee lover, go with the good stuff. If you just want a vessel for caffeine, get McDonalds.

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  18. In my opinion, “Lavazza” is by far the best. There are more “expensive” beans out there but this Co. has been proven over and over again…

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  19. Well in my opinion, FOLGERS is the most popular ground coffee. I’ve actually seen it run out when on sale. Or even at regular cost!
    The thing about coffee is there are so many different types due to growing areas, blends, roasting procedures and taste profiles!
    I like my coffee as I like my red wines..robust! I dont care for weak coffee or wine that is too mellow.
    Now k-pod wise, I prefer green mountain or Starbucks. Peet’s it too weak.
    I rarely use k-pods, as I still have a 14.99 USD Mr Coffee pot. I have no need for a 200.00+usd Keurig.

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  20. By popularity? If you’re talking brew-at-home, it’s probably Folgers since it’s so cheap and ubiquitous. Coffee shops, either Starbucks or Dunkin, but both are super popular. I’d wager Starbucks since it’s in grocerie stores and such, but it’s close.

    Eight O’Clock

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  21. I think this will be hard to tell with 100% certainty. Demand can be relatively vague, meaning most sales, most cups of coffee sold, most pounds of coffee sold, etc.
    Public companies like Starbucks might release their numbers for investor purposes according to the Securities and Exchange Commission, but private companies most likely won’t release any sales numbers, so it would be impossible to compare.
    In terms of flavors and taste, the highest selling coffee might not necessarily be the best tasting coffee. Best, by nature, is also relative. This means that you could be drinking the highest quality coffee in the world, but if you don’t like it, you wouldn’t consider it the best.
    Some of the better coffee roasters that have popped up over the last 10–20 years include Blue Bottle, Stumptown, Counter Culture, and Intelligentsia.

    Dunkin’

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  22. Demand is often the least accurate determinant of quality.
    To date, however, this coffee drinker has found the humble “Eight O’clock Coffee” to be among the best he has used to brew his coffee.

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  23. Don’t forget to factor in fast food chains: McDonalds here in the UK advertises the quality of its coffee – and they use organic milk (Arla):-

    Which coffee brand is the best per US customer demand?

    … which is quite Ok and not expensive.

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