McDonald's to Sell Bags of Its Coffee

It's already been on the market in Canada
By Kevin Spak,  Newser Staff
Posted Oct 31, 2013 9:00 AM CDT
McDonald's to Sell Bags of Its Coffee
This promotional image shows bags of the ground coffee McDonald's will start selling at its restaurants in Canada next month, a move that could spread to other regions around the world if successful.   (AP Photo/McDonald's)

Do you love the taste of McDonald's coffee so much that you simply must brew it in your own home? All three people who said yes to that are in luck, because the golden arches will test selling bags of its coffee, both in ground and whole-bean form, in supermarkets and retailers this year, the AP reports. The company has already been selling the bags at some of its restaurants in Canada, in a test that began late last year. There, a 12-ounce bag sells for about $7, but there's no word yet on how much they'll cost in stores here, or how widespread the test will be. (More McDonald's stories.)

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