McDonald's to Sell McCafe Coffee in Grocery Stores

McDonald's (NYSE: MCD) will begin to sell its McCafe coffee in the grocery aisles next year, but not for the reasons one may think.  It's not that the retailer wants customers to make their cup of joe at home instead of stopping by McDonald's. The point of the expansion is to drive "greater awareness and sell more coffee in our restaurants," the chain's U.S. Chief Brand and Strategy Officer Kevin Newell said. Story

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