Starbucks is expanding its commitment to its coffee pods by offering a new type of product that can help treat patients with Type 2 diabetes.
The coffee pods are designed to help treat Type 2 Diabetes, a rare metabolic disorder in which the body does not produce enough insulin to manage the daily demands of the body.
The company is launching a new line of coffee pods called the “Mile High” line.
The coffee pods, which weigh roughly 50 grams, come in two flavors, the “Tropical Blend” and “Classic Blend.”
Both flavors feature cocoa powder, caramel, and a mix of flavors, such as vanilla, brown sugar, and dark chocolate.
“The “Trophies” are a collection of our favorite flavors from around the world, including our own flavors, and we’ve decided to put them all together in one easy-to-use, easy-drinking beverage,” said Tim Hildebrand, president of Starbucks Coffee in a statement.
“The products are made in our U.S. headquarters in Seattle and come in three flavors: a blend of the Classic Blend, a Tropical Blend, and an Original Blend.”
Customers will also be able to choose their own beverage of their choice.
“The first batch of the “Classic” and the “Original” coffee pods will be available in stores in the U.K. and the U, and Starbucks will start shipping them to customers in the next couple of weeks, Hildebrands said.
The company plans to offer other flavors in the future.
The products will be made by San Diego-based coffee producer Green Coffee.
It is one of the largest coffee roasters in the world.
Starbucks plans to open a distribution center in New York City in the coming months.
The brand’s move to offer more than 30 flavors of the coffee pods could mean that more customers are using the pods, Hilt said.”
Hilt also said the coffee brand is excited to offer coffee to people with diabetes. “
So we’re really excited to be a part of this.”
Hilt also said the coffee brand is excited to offer coffee to people with diabetes.
“Our customers with diabetes have been asking for a coffee that’s more of a savory and sweet experience, which we think we can deliver,” he told Bloomberg News.
This story was updated at 1:12 p.m.
ET to include comments from Starbucks and comments from Green Coffee CEO Tim Hilt.