(NEW YORK) -- McDonald's and Kraft Foods Group plan to bring McCafe coffee to retail outlets next year, offering consumers a chance to enjoy Mickey D's coffee at home.
According to a press release, customers will find ground, whole bean and on-demand single cup versions of the McCafe coffees in retail stores in "early 2015." Greg Watson, senior vice president of Menu Innovation for McDonald's U.S. said that the decision was made due to, "huge demand for at home options."
Eight varieties of the McCafe coffee will be made available in roast and ground form, including the premium roast, breakfast blend and French roast, Colombian, and premium roast decaf. Single-cup varieties will include the premium roast, premium roast decaf, and French roast.
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