If you are talking about retailers, Starbucks is the world’s largest coffeehouse chain. They have over 16,850 stores in 40 countries. In 2010, Starbucks boasted annual single-cup coffee sales of over $2 billion.
If you’re talking about companies that sell coffee to supermarkets in stores to be roasted (i.e. not ready-to-drink), consider: Nestle (Nescafe), Proctor & Gamble (Folgers), Kraft (Maxwell House), and Sara Lee (Douwe Egberts, Senseo).
In terms of coffee chains, as of 2009, Starbucks had the most number of locations followed by Caribou Coffee and Tim Horton’s. This is for the US only.
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