Market Share Analysis of Coffee Industry

The report analyzes the market share, ranking and market size information of coffee companies and coffee industry. The report also includes a list of major global coffee companies such as Nestle, JDE Peet’s, Thibault, JM Smucker, Keurig Dr Pepper, etc.

Market Share

A simple calculation of the market share of the coffee industry in 2020, using each coffee company’s sales for FY2020 (see detailed information in the data referenced above) as the numerator and the market size as the denominator, shows that Nestle will be in first place with a market share of 5.27%, JDE Peet’s will be in second place with a market share of 1.73%, and Keurig Dr Pepper will be in third place with a market share of 0.94%.

Coffee Companies Market Share and Industry Ranking 2020

RankingCompany NameMarket Share 2020
No.1Nestle2.03%
No.2JDE Peet’s1.73%
No.3Keurig Dr Pepper0.94%
No.4Tchibo0.80%
No.5Luigi Lavazza0.57%
No.6J. M. Smucker Company0.54%
No.7STRAUSS GROUP0.24%
No.8Kraft Heinz0.24%
No.9UCC Ueshima0.22%
Coffee Companies Market Share and Industry Ranking 2020
Coffee companies market share 2020
Coffee companies market share 2020

Nestle is in first place, while JDE Peet’s, the result of the merger of the coffee businesses of Jacob Dow Egberts and Mondelez, is gaining on Nestle. No.3 is Keurig Dr Pepper.

Market Size

This website calculates the market share of the coffee industry based on a market size of $465.9 billion in 2020. Research and Markets, a research firm, estimates the market size of the industry to be $465.9 billion in 2020.
According to research firm Statista, the market size of the industry in 2020 is $362.6 billion. Meanwhile, according to Euromonitor, the sales value in 2019 is $87.5 billion.

YearEstimated market sizeYoY growth
2020 $465.9 billion28.1%
2019 $362.6 billion
Trends in the estimated market size of the coffee industry

Types of Coffee Beans

There are two main types of coffee beans: Arabica, which is a high quality variety, and Robusta, which is a mass market variety. The Arabica variety is mainly sold to cafes and coffee shops. It is grown at high altitude and is susceptible to disease and climate change, so its production is not stable. Robusta, on the other hand, can be grown at lower altitudes, making it easier to mass-produce, and is the main ingredient in instant coffee.

Snapshot of coffee companies

Nestle

Nestlé, founded in 1866 by pharmacist Henri Nestlé, is one of the world's largest integrated food and beverage manufacturers based in Switzerland. Since 2018, at the request of activist fund Third Point, the company has been in the process of restructuring its business portfolio. In 2019, the company sold its skin healthcare business to investment funds EQT Partners, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority and PSP Investment. In 2019, it sold its Skin Healthcare business to investment funds EQT Partners, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority and PSP Investment, which includes Proactive, Cetaphil and other anti-acne cleansers, moisturizers and other skin care products. In 2021, the company acquired from KKR the major brands of The Bountiful Company.

JDE Peet’s

It is the result of the merger of the coffee businesses of Jacob Dow Egberts’ famous D.E Master Blenders, Keurig Green Mountain, and Mondelez International. It also acquired Malaysian coffee giant Old Town in 2017. The company operates under brands such as Keurig, Stumptown, and Peet’s.

Tchibo

Tchibo is a coffee company based in Germany and is a family business owned by the Herz family. The company produces coffee under the Tchibo brand.

J. M. Smucker Company

The J. M. Smucker Company is a U.S.-based food manufacturer founded in 1897. The company produces coffee, pet food, jams, ice cream, margarine, juice, and peanut butter. Smucker's jams, Folgers coffee, Milk-Bone and Rachael Ray Nutrish dog food are well known. In 2018, the company acquired pet food company Ainsworth Pet Nutrition while selling its baking business to Brynwood Partners.

Luigi Lavazza

A coffee company based in Italy, run by the Lavazza family.

STRAUSS GROUP

It is a coffee company based in Israel. In addition to coffee, it is also involved in the food business. It has a dominant presence in Central and Eastern Europe.

Kraft Heinz

Kraft Heinz is the company that took over the North American operations of the former Kraft Foods. It specializes in North America. Kraft Heinz was formed in 2015 through a merger with Heinz, a food manufacturer famous for its tomato ketchup and other products under the umbrella of Buffett's Parkshire Hathaway and investment funds. In 2021, the nut business was sold to Hormel Foods.

Keurig Dr Pepper

Keurig Dr Pepper is a leading US-based carbonated beverage company that changed its name in 2018 from Dr Pepper Snapple Group. After being acquired by Cadbury Schweppes, the company became independent and listed as Dr Pepper Snapple Group. In 2018, it announced a merger with Keurig Green Mountain, a leading capsule coffee company under JAB Holdings, to create Keurig Dr Pepper. It competes against Nestle in the coffee space.

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