Coca-Cola’s Costa Coffee Expands Ready-to-Drink Lattes in Convenience Stores

Rebranded Costa Ice Coffee Lattes to be sold in 7-Eleven, QuikTrip
Coca-Cola's Costa Coffee
Photograph courtesy of The Coca-Cola Co.

Costa Coffee is expanding its ready-to-drink lattes in select retailers including convenience stores like 7-Eleven and QuikTrip. The beverages, developed under the Costa brand by The Coca-Cola Co., were piloted in the fall as Costa Coffee Flat White RTD but have been rebranded to Costa Iced Coffee Lattes.

Costa Iced Coffee Lattes come in three flavors—Mocha, Caramel and Signature Blend. The drinks are made with real cane sugar, milk and have 85 milligrams of caffeine per 11-ounce can. Each can has 150 calories or fewer.

“At The Coca-Cola Co., we’re focused on building a portfolio of beverages that meet consumers’ evolving tastes and preferences—and our expansion of Costa Iced Coffee Lattes is a great example of this effort,” said David de la Garza, director at The Coca-Cola Co. “The line was created for people seeking a tasty ready-to-drink coffee to match their active lifestyles. With approximately 85 milligrams of caffeine from coffee, real cane sugar and dairy milk, we’re thrilled to bring a high-quality and deliciously-balanced taste to consumers.”      

Costa Iced Coffee Lattes will be available nationwide via Amazon Fresh and Walgreens, as well as in 7-Eleven, Duane Reade, QuikTrip, Schnucks and more retailers in select markets. It will retail for about $3.49.

Atlanta-based Coca-Cola acquired England’s Costa Ltd. in August 2018.

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