There is a long and unique history behind why we celebrate National Coffee Day on September 29. The day was first celebrated in Japan in 1983, but is now celebrated globally as a way to promote fair trade coffee and raise awareness around fair wages for coffee farmers.
FREE COFFEE AND COFFEE DAY DEALS
Krispy Kreme is the place to be this National Coffee Day as all guests will receive a free brewed coffee, with no purchase necessary. If you’re a reward member then it’s even better, you’ll be able to grab a free brewed coffee and a free doughnut.
Dunkin’ has gone all out and renamed it National Dunkin’ Day. What do you get on National Dunkin’ Day on Tuesday, September 29? A free medium hot or iced coffee with any purchase at their restaurants, with the offer being limited to one per order.
If you take up the offer within the McDonald’s app then you’ll be able to grab yourself a Premium Roast or Iced Coffee for $0.99.
NATIONAL COFFEE DAY NUMBERS
75% – Caffeine consumed by Americans that comes as a coffee
66% – Of women drink coffee every day
62% – Of men drink coffee every day
100 – The age a coffee plant can live up to
5.7 billion – Pound of coffee Brazil exports every year
3.1 – The number of coffees the average American drinks each day
400 million – coffees consumed throughout America every day
146 billion – coffees consumed in America each year