(NBC) - Starbucks knows how its customers like their coffee.
The coffee giant has been using its customers' in-store habits, as well as industry reports on at-home consumption, to build its line of grocery products.
It says some 43 percent of tea-drinking customers skip the sugar, while 25 percent of consumers don't add milk to their iced coffee when drinking the beverage at home.
To cater to those palates, Starbucks has created two unsweetened ice tea K-cups and recently launched unsweetened and sweetened black iced coffee without milk or added flavors.
Courtesy: NBC News Channel