BELLINGHAM, Wash. — Haggen's popular TerraVida coffee may no longer be sold fresh at in-store cafes, but the retailer remains committed to the corporate brand with in-store kiosks, 12-ounce bags and bulk options. The 8-by-8-foot TerraVida Coffee Express kiosks, in tests at three of the retailer's Top Food & Drug stores in Redmond, Federal Way and Kent, Wash., since December, sell about a dozen different coffee drinks, from regular coffee to flavored espresso to iced mochas. Prices for ...

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