Coffee creamer is one of the most popular coffee brands in the world.
It’s also one of its most hated.
A study conducted in 2015 found that the number of memes about the coffee creamer, specifically about black coffee and Peet, has doubled since 2014, with a significant spike in the popularity of the meme on social media platforms such as Instagram.
In 2016, there were a total of 1,846 memes about coffee creaming on Twitter, with more than 200,000 of them being about the brand.
This has seen the popularity rise significantly since the study was conducted in 2014, and has resulted in more than a quarter of the total number of tweets being about Peet.
The company is quick to point out that it has not been able to explain the rise in the number, and says it has only received “a few requests for more information” in the past two years.
According to the company, the rise of the Peet memes on social networking platforms is not a product of the company itself, but of the proliferation of social media outlets such as Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat.
“We have no direct knowledge of the cause of this increase in the volume of Peet tweets,” the company told Business Insider.
“However, we can confirm that there has been a rise in usage of Peete in the last two years.”
The company said it has received many requests for information from Twitter users in the UK and the US, who have expressed frustration with the company’s lack of answers about the popularity and spread of the brand on social platforms.
The company has previously said it was not responsible for the rise, and that it is working to improve its products and marketing strategies to counter the rise.
In a statement, the company said: “Peet’s popularity has remained relatively stable throughout the years, and we recognise the increased usage of the product as a result of the popularity trend.”
As part of our efforts to address this trend, we are currently making some improvements to the Peete product, and are working to better understand the reason for the increase in usage.
“We are continuing to invest in our advertising strategy and have a plan in place to increase the number and frequency of Peets sales.”
Peet has previously received criticism for being perceived as “fairy-tale” and “evil” and having a negative impact on social issues such as HIV/AIDS.
The brand was banned in the US in 2013 after being found to contain traces of a banned substance known as paracetamol.