FASCINATING FACTS ABOUT COFFEE CONSUMPTION IN THE UK…

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Here are some fascinating facts about coffee consumption in the U.K.

Did you know that according to Gimoka Coffee UK, people inUKdrink 70 million cups ofcoffeeper day, compared to 165 million cups of tea.

The average Britishmalecoffeedrinker drinks 13 cups per week, while averageBritishfemalecoffeedrinker drinks 11.

The BBC wrote that Coffeeconnoisseurs might pride themselves on their ability to drink the strong stuff, but themost popular coffeedrinks purchased in theUKare milk-based. Lattes were themost popular coffeeproduct purchased in theUK, withmore than 930 million sold in the year to 25 February 2018.

Brazil is the world’s largest coffee producer. In 2017-18, the country produced more than 51 million bags of beans. The world’s second-largest producer is Vietnam.

India, which is also one of the world’s largest tea producers, produced 5.8 million…

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DIFFERENT TYPES OF BREAD…

Bread comes in so many different types, from bagels, ciabatta, tortillas, potato, garlic, you name it you will find one out there.

 Bread is a low-fat staple food for many people and a good source of carbohydrates.

 They are made with different flours including white, wholemeal or wholegrain.

 Whole grains are grain foods in which all parts of the train are intact and retained during any processing.

 According to wikipedia ‘ Bread is a staple food prepared by cooking a dough of flour and water and often additional ingredients’.

 The Real Bread Campaign has absolutely everything you need to know about bread and more. The Real Bread Campaign are fighting for better bread in Britain. The national network brings together everyone who care about the state of bread in Britain.

 It has an online guide dedicated to helping you discover places to buy ‘Real Bread‘ and bread making courses and lessons on loaf.

 For me, ‘real bread‘ taste very different from processed breads and loaves and something I can never say ‘no’ to if it’s a freshly made one in a Restaurant.

 

 

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