KANSAS CITY — Flavored coffee creamers are pouring onto shelves, ranging from cereal-inspired flavors and cake-flavored varieties to more traditional offerings like vanilla and hazelnut.
Nestle S.A. has joined forces with General Mills, Inc. and Hometown Food Co. to create two new flavored coffee creamers under the Coffee Mate brand. New Cinnamon Toast Crunch and Funfetti creamers are slated to hit shelves in January. The Cinnamon Toast Crunch creamer combines cinnamon, brown sugar and hints of toasted cereal flavors and “tastes like the best of the ‘cinnamilk’ left in your bowl,” Nestle said, while the Funfetti creamer features the flavors of vanilla, cake batter and frosting.
Danone S.A. is debuting two new flavored creamers under its International Delight brand: birthday cake and vanilla cannoli crème latte. The Non-GMO Project verified creamers are set to debut in January.
Chobani, L.L.C. is launching a new line of coffee creamers made with non-G.M.O. ingredients. Containing 30 calories per serving, the creamers are made with five or fewer ingredients, including locally sourced milk and cream, natural flavors and cane sugar. Varieties include caramel, sweet cream, hazelnut and vanilla.