The coffee industry is one such stable industry, but even that is undergoing a shift. The industry experienced a boom in at-home brewing early in the pandemic

The return to public spaces has put a strain on already-taxed coffee supply chains. Still, U.S. consumption is up 14% since January and is at its highest level in two decades.

Coffee Suppliers Investing directly in coffee suppliers can lead to durable growth since every corner of the coffee industry needs to source beans from suppliers.

The J.M. Smucker Company (SJM) To take advantage of investment opportunities in the coffee retail industry, investors can’t sleep on the J.M. Smucker Company, which distributes popular at-home coffee brands like Dunkin and Folgers.

Nestle (NSRGY) As the producers of much more than just coffee, Swiss powerhouse Nestle maintains an excellent position in the market for consumer goods investors. I

Farmer Brothers Co (FARM) With over a hundred years in the coffee business, Farmer Brothers Co is a good investment. Based out of Texas, Farmer Brothers Co is unique in that it roasts and distributes its own coffee.

Starbucks (SBUX) Everywhere. Starbucks is trading at bargain-basement prices after a steep decline on the Nasdaq, despite challenges from pandemic lockdowns, inflation, and labour issues.

Luckin (LKNCY) This Chinese coffee company has been making waves over the last few years. The cashier-less company hosted close to 5,700 stores as of the end of the third quarter of 2021, giving Starbucks a run for its money in mainland China.