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McDonald's will sell packaged coffee in supermarkets

The Golden Arches may be coming to a grocery store near you.

McDonald's announced that it will begin selling McCafe coffee in supermarkets in early 2015, CNN reports. The coffee comes in collaboration with Kraft, which previously worked with distributing Starbucks coffee in grocery stores until 2010.

The coffee will come in flavors that are available at McDonald's locations, including French vanilla and hazelnut as well as "premium roast." McDonald's will also offer coffee pods for use in Keurig machines.

Don Thompson, McDonald's CEO, said in a statement that McDonald's sells more coffee nationwide than any other retailer.