Coffee cash: $5/day

October 2005
FoodService Director;10/15/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 10, p1
Trade Publication
This article highlights a study conducted by InsightExpress on the amount of money spent by U.S. office professional on coffee or tea everyday. Nearly half of office professionals participating in the survey spend up to $5 a day on coffee or tea they bring to work. More than one-third of those surveyed reported that there is no such thing as a free coffee, tea or refreshment break where they work. Researchers conclude that free beverages could be the low-cost, high-impact benefit employers look for.


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