Where Does Coffee Originally Come from?

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Coffee originated from the province of Kaffa in Ethiopia. Coffee is cultivated and farmed all over the world and is vital to the survival of many developing countries. It is world's most common and legal drug; whereby, about four out of five Americans drinking coffee each day.
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Coffee was first discovered in Etheopia.
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