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Pernod Ricard USA launched Kahlúa coffee liqueurs in 200-ml. cans, merging single-serve coffee with pre-mixed cocktails.
BYB Brands Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated, added three new flavors to its line of functional ready-to-drink Bean & Body Coffees.
Starbucks Coffee Co. launched Starbucks Refreshers sparkling ready-to-drink beverages made with real fruit juice and green coffee extract, which comes from 100 percent Arabica coffee beans.
Starbucks Corp., Seattle, introduced two new retail concepts for its Seattle’s Best Coffee and Evolution Fresh Inc. subsidiaries. In addition, the company also shared plans to launch its own single-cup coffee system.
Dunkin’ Donuts, Canton, Mass., welcomed three new caramel iced coffee flavors to its collection: Caramel Turtle, Caramel Almond and Caramel Mocha. Available at participating Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants for a limited time nationwide, the freshly brewed iced beverages join Dunkin’ Donuts’ lineup of iced coffee flavors, including Blueberry, Cinnamon, Hazelnut and Raspberry.
PapaNicholas Coffee Co. launched Versanto Force 3X coffee, which features three times the amount of caffeine as a regular bag of coffee.
The Patron Spirits Co. announced the first brand extension for its Patron XO Cafe coffee liqueur line.
Seventy percent of consumers said coffee will be part of their Valentine’s Day dinners or dates this year, an independent survey by Dunkin’ Donuts, Canton, Mass., reported. Of those, 50 percent indicated that they would prefer to receive a fresh cup of coffee from their sweetheart rather than flowers.
Instant, ground or whole bean coffee are still the most popular choices for the at-home consumer, but 17 percent of drinkers prefer single-cup coffee, according to a survey by Mintel Group Ltd., Chicago.