Organic coffee has become popular in the United States over the last few years. In the U.S., $80 million in organic coffee was sold in 2005, up 40.4% from 2004. In the month of November, U.S. organic coffee drinkers bought 54% more coffee in 2005 than in the same month in 2004, while non-organic only increased by 8.5%.
You can now get organic coffee products other than the normal decaffeinated, caffeinated, flavored and instant coffee. The organic market has expanded to coffee ice cream, coffee soda, coffee-flavored candy, and chocolate covered coffee beans.
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