Coffee, once primarily drunk hot and in the morning, is now virtually everywhere — consumed all day long, served at varying temperatures and flavored with everything from cinnamon to bananas.
 “There’s a generation out there that aren’t hot-coffee drinkers, but they want their coffee,” said Ric Scicchitano,
senior vice president of food and beverage at Corner Bakery Cafe, a 140-unit fast-casual chain based in Dallas. “They like it for breakfast; they like ...

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