McDonald’s Bagged Coffee Comes To Canada

Posted: Oct 31 2013, 4:29am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 31 2013, 4:37am CDT


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McDonald’s Bagged Coffee Comes to Canada
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McDonald’s is to begin sales of its bagged coffee in Canada in November. In other words, the McDonald’s bagged coffee will be coming to Canadian outlets soon.

McDonald’s is the #1 fast food chain in the world known by its golden arches. Its burgers and other eatable items are liked by the majority of people worldwide. There are various environmentalists and anti-globalization activists who reserve their ire for McDonald’s though. Now, McDonald’s plans to do as Dunkin Donuts did.

By selling its own branded coffee, McDonald’s is testing the market conditions up north. What started from Oak Brook, Illinois has expanded into a gigantic conglomerate that spans the four corners of the global village.

After half a decade of McCafe coffees in the US market, McDonald’s plans to expand operations to include Canada in its swathe. The long list of cold coffees and flavored beverages will find their way to the Canadian market.

McDonald’s is famous for its delicious meals. Although not a very healthy alternative to home cooking, McDonald’s offers some palatable choices. Especially for people like businessmen and athletes who don’t always have the time to cook or eat at home, it is the ideal spot.

Now that it has begun its packaged coffee, it plans to snatch away the market from worldwide java giant Starbucks. Meanwhile, Dunkin Donuts too has a major share in the coffee sales that are taking place throughout the globe. McDonald’s will have to fend off this second competitor as well.

Source: WSJ

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