International Coffee Day: Date and Reason of Celebration Every Year

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Supporting the Next Generation

International Coffee Day is celebrated annually on 1st October. This year, International Coffee Organization (ICO) has excitedly announced the continuation of the last year’s theme on International Coffee Day i.e. “Coffee’s Next Generation”. The main focus behind this agenda is to support talented and motivated young people and entrepreneurs to promote the coffee sector. 

International Coffee Day is an occasion designated to promote and celebrate coffee as a delectable beverage. It is a great opportunity to talk about its significance, promote sustainable coffee practices, along with raising awareness of the difficulties faced by coffee growers. The Covid-19 pandemic and global health crisis have raised economic consequences in the coffee sector as well. This is a great concern and dramatic risk to the future of coffee as well as the livelihood of the coffee farmers. 

This global celebration unites all coffee lovers to share their love for a delicious coffee as well as raise concerns about the difficulties faced by farmers on International Coffee Day. Member States of the International Coffee Organization agreed to mark 1st October the International Coffee Day, and therefore, it was first celebrated in 2015. 

International Coffee Day can be celebrated with a delicious cup of coffee with your friends, family, and even colleagues. You can surprise your friends by ordering a coffee for them on this special day. You can also organize a coffee session at your homes or offices to celebrate with the ones you enjoy. Many coffee outlets in our country celebrate this day by displaying discounts and offers so that people can enjoy it greatly. Along with your celebrations, you can post an awareness regarding ICD on social media to promote it even more and join hands with the ICO to support their agenda. 

International Coffee Day is the day to enjoy and value your drink!

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