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Madrina’s Café con Leche and Mango

September 16, 2011
KEYWORDS coffee / Madrina's / mango / Milk
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Madrinas Cafe con Leche and MangoMadrina’s Multicultural Brands introduced two new flavors: Café con Leche and Mango. Café con Leche blends coffee and milk, producing a beverage with a light, smooth finish, the company says. Its Mango variety features the same characteristics as a handpicked mango, it adds. Madrina’s branded products are targeted toward 18- to 34-year-old Hispanic Americans and consumers interested in multicultural products. Café con Leche and Mango flavors come in shelf-stable 15-ounce cans for a suggested retail price of $1.49 to $1.79 each.

Madrina’s Multicultural Brands, St. Louis
Telephone: 800/779-7980
Distribution: Select markets
Ingredients: Café con Leche: Water, sucrose, non fat dry milk, non-dairy creamer (refined coconut oil, corn syrup solids, potassium caseinate, sucrose, dipotassium phosphate, mono- and diglycerides, salt, sodium stearoyl lactylate, carrageenan, artificial flavor, annatto extracts and turmeric extracts), coffee extract, maltodextrin, coffee, dipotassium phosphate, natural flavors, sodium bicarbonate and carrageenan. 

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