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UK-based coffee company Little’s has expanded its portfolio with the launch of a new chocolate coffee pod variety pack.


Ideal for mocha fans, the variety pack includes Mexican Chocolate with its pure, nutty profile and Rich Mocha for those craving indulgent, creamy sweetness. Each pack contains five of each pod, catering to diverse chocolate cravings.


The Nespresso-compatible pods are produced in Devon using smooth and rich 100% Arabica coffee packed in recyclable aluminium capsules. Little's flavour-infused coffee is vegan-friendly, has four calories per cup and contains no added sugar.


Little’s full range is available on its website, and selections can also be found at major retailers like Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Waitrose, Amazon, Ocado, Selfridges & Co, Harvey Nichols, Harrods, Booths, Whole Foods and Holland & Barrett.


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Little’s introduces chocolate coffee pod variety pack

Rafaela Sousa

5 July 2024

Little’s introduces chocolate coffee pod variety pack

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