The average price of a cup is now about $2.55.
According to data from the United States Mint, the average cost of a coffee in 2016 was about $0.79.
That compares to the $0 the average person in the U.S. pays for a cup on average.
The Mint also says the average price per cup of joe rose by 6.3% to $1.84 in 2016, which is up from $1 in 2015.
Coffee prices also rose across the board, according to the Mint.
While the U’s average price rose, coffee prices across the world rose as well.
Across the world, coffee drinkers around the world bought a total of 4.9 billion cups of coffee last year, up from 4.5 billion cups in 2015, according the Mint data.
In comparison, the US. bought 4.7 billion cups last year and 6.2 billion cups this year, according data from Euromonitor International.
So, the total amount spent on coffee in the world last year was around $2 trillion, while the average amount spent was just $1 trillion.
This year, coffee sales have fallen from the peak of $6.5 trillion in 2015 to $4.6 trillion in 2020.
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