Talk:Home roasting coffee

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instant popularity[edit]

The statement "In the 1950s just as instant coffee was becoming the most popular coffee drink," appears to be false. A Financial Times article citing Thomson Reuters analytical puts instant at 37% market share worldwide<ref></ref> <ref></ref>, and Euromonitor reports, "Although fresh coffee dominates the overall coffee industry, instant coffee continues to gain share, ..." <ref></ref> Certainly this statement could only ever apply to select nations or regions. (talk) 19:01, 23 July 2015 (UTC)