BROOMFIELD, COLO. — Stok Cold Brew, a subsidiary of Danone North America, is launching Stok Fueled, a new line of products made with extra calories from protein, butter and MCT oil.

The Stok Fueled portfolio includes a ready-to-drink cold brew coffee and three creamers, all of which are keto-friendly.

Stok Fueled Cold Brew Ready-to-Drink Unsweet Coffee contains 190 calories, 10 grams of protein and 5 grams of MCT oil per 12-oz serving. Featuring fat from butter and no added sugars, the coffee comes in 48-oz multi-serve bottles.

Stok Fueled Creamers are available in original, vanilla and unsweet varieties. The creamers contain 90 to 110 calories, 5 grams of protein and 5 grams of MCT oil per 4-tablespoon serving. The original and vanilla varieties contain 7 grams of sugar per serving, while the unsweet offering contains 0 grams of added sugar. All three creamers are made with butter and come in in 16-oz bottles.

“At Stok, we are always looking to keep up with the latest food trends and be at the forefront of innovation based on our consumers’ needs,” said Lindsey Morgan, director of marketing for Stok Cold Brew Coffee. “As functional coffee continues to make headlines, and with the lack of options that deliver on both great taste and convenience, we saw this as an opportunity to provide our coffee lovers with a viable solution that is sure to start their day on the right note.”

Stok Fueled Cold Brew Coffee and Creamers are available nationwide for a suggested retail price of $5.49 and $3.99, respectively.