New market research from The NPD Group measured the proliferation of coffee shops in the U.S. by looking at per capita, or the number of coffee shops for every million people.
Juneau, Alaska ranks the highest in density among metro areas, with 22 coffee shops serving the city’s population of 32,519. Alaskan sibling city, Anchorage, is second, with 170 coffee shops for a population of 431,231.
In rank order, Bend, Oregon, Seattle, Washington, and Portland, Oregon follow with the most coffee shops per capita.
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