Soon you'll be able to wake up to a McDonald's coffee without going to McDonald's (. )
The fast food chain said Tuesday it's collaborating with Kraft ( to start selling its McCafé brand in grocery stores early next year. )
The take-home coffee will come in a variety of flavors including those that are already available in McDonald's restaurants like "premium roast," French vanilla and hazelnut.
Single-serve pods in some of the flavors will also be available for use with Keurig's ( brewing system. )
McDonald's CEO Don Thompson has said his restaurants sell more coffee than anyone else in the country.
McDonald's venture with Kraft could also be seen as a swipe at its biggest competitor for coffee sales: Starbucks.
Kraft used to distribute Starbucks ( coffee in grocery stores, but stopped in 2010 when the coffee chain dropped out of the partnership. The breakdown led to a )protracted fight that Starbucks settled less than a year ago for $2.7 billion.