Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX) has released a new lineup of bottled iced coffee drinks for the busy, everyday consumer. Packaged in a signature glass bottle, Starbucks Iced Coffee are ready to drink and contain between 50-120 calories per 11 fl. oz. bottle. Made with coffee, 2% milk, and light sweeteners, the new beverages come in four offerings: Starbucks Iced Coffee + Milk, Starbucks Low Calorie Iced Coffee + Milk, Starbucks Vanilla Iced Coffee, Starbucks Caramel Iced Coffee (available in the Northeast region only).
Currently, Starbucks Iced Coffee is available at major grocery and convenience stores in select cities, but will be sold nationwide by this spring. Prices start at $1.99, but vary by market.
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