International Coffee Day 2022: The Day of Espresso, Latte & Cappuccino
International Coffee Day 2022: Coffee is one of the most favorite beverages for many people around the world. Some people call it a costlier version of Tea, in India.
One of the most popular beverages around the world is coffee. For many of us, the day wouldn’t begin without taking a sip of our favorite beverage, whether it be an espresso, latte, or cappuccino.
People frequently go on dates or meet new acquaintances over coffee. International Coffee Day is observed on October 1 in honor of this wonderful and delicious beverage.
The purpose of the day is to promote good deals in coffee and increase public promotion of coffee growers.
The globe acknowledges the millions of people who work in the coffee industry, including farmers, roasters, baristas, and shop owners, by celebrating coffee every year.
History of International Coffee Day
Numerous nations throughout the world observe national coffee days all year long.
The International Coffee Organization (ICO) Member States resolved in March 2014 that International Coffee Day would be observed on 1st October. This was done to establish a separate day of joy for coffee enthusiasts worldwide.
Significance of International Coffee Day
Coffee is often considered to be one of the most well-liked beverages in many countries.
Governments from importing and exporting nations are brought together by the International Coffee Organization (ICO) to collaborate on finding solutions to the problems affecting the coffee industry.
98% of the world’s coffee output and 67% of the world’s consumption are represented by ICO member nations.
Theme of International Coffee Day 2022
The 77 International Coffee Organization member states as well as several international coffee groups participate in the celebration of the day.
In order to lessen the negative environmental effects of the coffee business and to slow down climate change, this year’s theme of the day is dedicated to the prosperity of coffee growers.