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Trilliant Gains New Distribution Through Hostess Iced Lattes


Little Chute, Wisconsin-based Trilliant Food & Nutrition, a U.S. manufacturer of shelf stable, ready-to-drink coffee beverages, has announced the growth of its Hostess Iced Lattes in Twinkies & Ding Dongs flavors at national retailers, including Walmart.

Customers can find Hostess ready-to-drink iced lattes in 13.7 ounce bottles at local Walmart stores across the country.

“Consumer demand for ready-to-drink coffee remains strong especially for unique flavor experiences that Hostess snack cakes can help deliver,” said Tom Lehocky, VP of sales for Trilliant Food & Nutrition.

“Our retail partners value the fact that we manufacture our ready-to-drink beverages within our own production facility, which eliminates many of the supply challenges other brands are experiencing and will continue to experience for the foreseeable future.”

Founded in 1979, Trilliant Food & Nutrition is a vertically integrated manufacturer in the coffee, powdered, ready-to-drink and wellness beverage categories. For more information on Trilliant Food & Nutrition, visit trilliantfood.com

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