CHICAGO — The spookiest time of the year is approaching, meaning c-stores are relaunching their annual flavored products for Halloween and fall. Click through to see which U.S. convenience-store chains are debuting the latest pumpkin-flavored snacks, ice cream, coffee and more …
7-Eleven, Irving, Texas, has relaunched its Pumpkin Spice Latte and fresh-brewed pumpkin-flavored coffee at participating locations nationwide. Consumers can purchase any size Pumpkin Spice Latte or Pumpkin Coffee for $1 per cup, and those who use the 7Rewards mobile app and buy six cups will get the seventh free. The annual special is the convenience-store retailer's most successful limited-time offering (LTO) in the hot beverage category, the company said.
7-Eleven’s Pumpkin Spice Latte blends autumn spices such as cinnamon, ginger, anise and clove with creamy pumpkin flavoring. Customers can also customize their lattes with a variety of toppings, including 7-Eleven’s new chocolate sauce and leaf-shaped sprinkles as well as International Delight pumpkin spice creamer.
Pilot Flying J
Pilot Flying J, Knoxville, Tenn., has debuted two new limited-time coffee offerings, Pumpkin Maple Cappuccino and Cinnamon Spice Cold Brew, in select locations. The Pumpkin Maple Cappuccino is available in more than 550 stores for $1.59, while the Cinnamon Spice Cold Brew is available in more than 450 stores for $2.19. The cold brew is brewed longer for a sweeter, rich taste that lacks the bitterness of traditional coffee, the company said. Both offerings will be available until supplies last. Pilot Flying J will also restock its popular pumpkin pie creamer and syrup as part of the fall promotion.
Cumberland Farms, Westborough, Mass., has relaunched its fall-inspired coffee flavors and sweet treats, including its Pumpkin Spice Cappuccino Pumpkin Spiced Flavor Shot, at nearly 600 stores in the Northeast and Florida. The cappuccino, as well as the brand’s Farmhouse Bold or Blend coffee, are available in any size for 99 cents.
Cumberland Farms has also launched fall-inspired treats at its remodeled stores. These include sugar-coated Apple Cider Donuts for $1.19, a creamy Pumpkin-Filled Pretzel for $2.39 and apple-flavored Cinnamon Muffins for $1.79.
QuikTrip, Tulsa, Okla., has launched a variety of pumpkin-flavored LTOs this fall. The snacks and ice cream products include a Pumpkin Soft Pretzel, Pumpkin Pie Bismarck, Pumpkin Cheesecake Muffin, Pumpkin QuikShake and Pumpkin Twister. QuikTrip has also released four pumpkin-flavored coffee LTOs, including the Pumpkin Frappe, Hot Pumpkin Latte, Iced Pumpkin Latte and a Pumpkin Cold Brew.
Speedway, Enon, Ohio, has relaunched its annual Pumpkin Spice Cappuccino and Latte LTO, which consumers can purchase for 99 cents each.