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In response to the growth of iced coffee at foodservice establishments and at retail, Torrance, Calif.-based Farmer Bros. Co. introduced a new line of consumer-tested, ready-to-serve iced coffees that eliminates any prep work for operators.
Although many people might not enjoy cold weather — especially as many parts of the country have faced multiple rounds of cold temperatures and snow this winter — data are showing that consumers do enjoy cold coffee.
Inspired by the signature coffees available at its doughnut shops, Winston-Salem, N.C.-based Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corp. is bringing its iced coffees to retail store shelves in ready-to-drink (RTD) bottles. Starting Feb. 10, RTD varieties of Krispy Kreme Original Glazed Iced Coffee and Krispy Kreme Mocha Iced Coffee will be available at more than 900 Walmart locations throughout the United States.
HP Hood LLC launched a line of ready-to-pour iced latte drinks.
Kicking off the start of summer, Seattle-based Starbucks Coffee Co. introduced a new lineup of summer beverages.
Starbucks Coffee Co. launched a line of ready-to-drink iced coffees for on-the-go consumption.
RealBeanz expanded its line of nutrient-enhanced ready-to-drink coffees with the launch of Dark Roast Iced Coffee made with Coconut Water and Cappuccino Iced Coffee made with Coconut Water.
Eighty-four percent of iced coffee drinkers say they are drinking more iced coffee this winter compared to last winter, according to an independent survey commissioned by Dunkin’ Donuts, Canton, Mass.
RealBeanz launched its line of iced coffees on a limited basis earlier this year. After receiving feedback from focus groups, RealBeanz altered its flavor, coffee and sweetness profiles, and as a result, improved approval ratings from the 60 to 70 percent range to the 80 to 90 percent approval range, the company says.