Fast-food giant partners with Kraft to offer customer McCafe coffee in local supermarkets

While it might not be the finest blend in the world, the coffee you can get from McDonald's is surprisingly good, especially if you want to make sure you're getting good value-for-money. In an attempt to reach even more customers with their McCafe brand coffee and espressos, the fast-food giant plans to join forces with Kraft to test sales of a packaged version in stores across the US.

The new range of packaged McCafé products will include bags of whole-bean and ground coffee, as well as pods for single-serve brewers. As it stands the plan is for the products to reach shelves sometime next year, joining the ranks of other brands such as Dunkin' Donuts and Starbucks.

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