Nearly two thirds of Americans drink coffee everyday, but how many of them know where it comes from? If you sip your morning joe from major brands like Starbucks, Dunkin’, or McDonalds, chances are it comes from one of several countries in Latin America. Companies source from different regions to reduce risk, maintain a steady supply of beans in different seasons, and serve different flavors to their customers.
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