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Thirty-one ounces of iced refreshment in one big ... well, we can't really call it a "gulp" can we?That's what Starbucks' new "Trenta" holds (and no, 'bucks isn't offering Trenta-sized hot coffee drinks at any of the shops where it's rolling out the bigger cups; just iced drinks).
Kraft Foods Inc. is seeking a preliminary injunction allowing the company to continue distributing Starbucks packaged coffee.Kraft is seeking the injunction in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
Suburban Northfield-based Kraft foods has entered into arbitration with coffee giant Starbucks. The move comes after Starbucks announced it will end its distribution agreement with Kraft to supply packaged coffee to grocery stores.Erin Swanson is a Kraft equity analyst at Morningstar.