Q:

What brand of coffee does McDonald's serve?

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McDonald's only serves its house brand, McDonald's Premium Roast Blend, in its restaurants across the world. It is made by Gaviña Coffee, a company based out of Southern California.

Gaviña Coffee has provided McDonald's billions of cups of coffee dating back to the end of the 1980s. Back then, Americans were drinking coffee, but few brands could hardly call themselves gourmet. McDonald's tasked Gaviña with creating the perfect blend with robust flavor and no bitter aftertaste. Today, Gaviña harvests enough expertly crafted beans to serve up 400 million cups of McDonald's Premium Roast Coffee each year. This makes it one of the largest coffee vendors in the entire world.

Sources:

  1. mcdonalds.com

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