McDonald's McCafe Coffee K-Cups and Bagged Coffee Coming to Grocery
McDonalds have entered into a partnership with Kraft & will start testing retail sales of whole bean, ground and K-Cup varieties of their McCafé coffee next year in US supermarkets. Canadians can currently buy whole bean versions of the McCafé coffee at local McDonalds locations, so this evolution and tested strategy should be welcomed by US customers. We've never been a huge fan of McCafe coffee, but given the McDonald's brand we think regardless of the quality of the coffee McDonald's and Kraft are going to have some success.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at November 5, 2013 7:24 AM
I've heard many people make comments similar to your's that they've never been a fan of McDonald's coffee, and then I give them some in a non McDonald's cup and they rave. Since they had the current blend of Arabica beans developed they have extremely good coffee. Not bitter like Starbuck's with full rich coffee taste. I am actually disappointed when I'm in Connecticut and get served Newman's instead. Glad they are going to sell it, just wish they'd quit talking about it and do it already!