Stewart’s Shops Readies for Fall With Apple Pick’n Milk

New flavor in Refreshers line available for a limited time
Stewart’s Shops Apple Pick’n Milk
Photograph courtesy of Stewart’s Shops

BALLSTON SPA, N.Y. — Stewart’s Shops is introducing a new milk flavor to its Refreshers line of beverages at its 354 convenience stores. Apple Pick’n Milk is a rich caramel apple-flavored beverage available for a limited time during the fall season, the company said.

Stewart’s Shops Refreshers are offered in coffees, energy drinks, juices, milks and teas. Refreshers are coded in days, not months, so customers know they’re fresh, according to the convenience-store’s website.

Dairy Refreshers, sold in 16-ounce bottles, include cappuccino milk, chocolate dairy shake, eggnog, peanut butter chocolate milk, strawberry milk, whole milk, whole chocolate milk and vanilla dairy shake.

  • Stewart’s Shops is No. 23 on CSP’s 2022 Top 202 rankings of the largest U.S. c-store chains by number of company-owned retail outlets.

Coffee Refreshers, which come in 16- and 20-ounce bottles, include iced, caramel iced, cold brew, iced, French vanilla cold brew and mocha cold brew.

Tea Refreshers, available in 20-ounce bottles, include diet peach, green and raspberry.  

In addition, Ballston Spa, N.Y.-based Stewart’s Shops is offering a free Apple Pick’n Milk to Moo Club Members through Aug. 28. 

Founded in 1945, Ballston Spa, N.Y.-based Stewart’s Shops is an employee- and family-owned c-store chain known for its milk, ice cream, coffee, Easy Food meals and other convenience items. There are 354 Stewart’s Shops in upstate New York and southern Vermont.

Members help make our journalism possible. Become a CSP member today and unlock exclusive benefits, including unlimited access to all of our content. Sign up here.


Exclusive Content


Looking Up: Limited-Time Offers on the Rise

These deals continue to grow in all mealparts, Technomic reports show

Company News

Knowing Growing: QuikTrip Flexes in 2023

C-store chain celebrates 1,000th opening, opens 13th medical clinic, more


Get Creative in Foodservice to Thrive in 2024, Technomic Says

Report: Operators must lean into tech, menu and service innovation, take advantage of existing ingredients and resources


More from our partners