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International Coffee Day

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International Coffee Day (1 October)[1] is an occasion that is used to promote and celebrate coffee as a beverage, with events now occurring in places around the world. The first official date was 3 October 2015, as agreed by then International Coffee Organization[2] and was launched in Milan.[3] This day is also used to promote fair trade coffee and to raise awareness for the plight of the coffee growers.[4] On this day, many businesses offer free or discounted cups of coffee.[5] Some businesses share coupons and special deals with their loyal followers via social networking.[6] Some greeting card companies sell International Coffee Day greeting cards as well as free e-cards. Many countries around the world celebrate their own national coffee days at various dates throughout the year. In March 2014, the Member States of the ICO (International Coffee Organization) agreed to organise International Coffee Day on 1 October to create a single day of celebration for coffee lovers around the world.

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