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Great Coffee Programs

Consumers rate the leading retailers and restaurants for coffee
Great Coffee Programs

Holiday Stationstores

One of two new entrants to this year’s top 25 list, the Bloomington, Minn.-based c-store chain makes its coffee with 100% Arabica beans and offers it in six different types: Rainforest House Ble...

Great Coffee Programs

Fas Mart

Fas Mart, owned by Richmond, Va.-based GPM Investments, offers various flavors and roasts of its Perfect Harvest Coffee Co. coffee, including one made with 100% Arabica beans. And like QuickChek custo...

Valparaiso, Ind.-based Family Express boasts a Java Wave coffee bar made with slow-roasted, small-batch Arabica beans. This summer, the c-store introduced Java Wave Cold Brew Coffee, steeped in filter...

Cumberland Farms has long nurtured its hot and iced coffee program—a reputation that got an unexpected boost from 500 stolen David Hasselhoff cardboard cutouts. Last Summer, Cumberland Farms int...

Mainly known for its doughnuts, consumers still enjoy Krispy Kreme’s coffee. More than half consider Krispy Kreme’s coffee “very good,” which is nearly a 3% increase from last ...

On Feb. 26, 2018, Cinnabon launched a new cold-brew coffee line in cinnamon roll, vanilla and salted caramel flavors. In a unique twist, Cinnabon is both partner with and competitor for c-stores: The ...

At a time when the terms cold brew, nitro and bean-to-cup have the convenience-store industry buzzing, coffee programs are more competitive than ever. Retailers are pulling no punches, creating stream...

Even nitro coffee has hit the cold vault. Just like a can of Guinness, cans of nitro coffee contain a widget to help create that telltale cascading flow. But packaged nitro can be a challenge: A low-a...

There are other ways to jump on the cold-brew trend beyond brewing your own. Manufacturers are rolling out cold-brew concentrates that have the same high-quality flavor integrity without the time and ...

Some retailers find that while the customer is ready for cold brew, the in-store staff needs a primer. Rutter’s conducted customer intercepts at stores earlier this year, asking visitors if they...

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