Stater Bros. rolls out Coca-Cola Freestyles

It appears that Stater Bros. Markets is the latest to roll out the Coca-Cola Freestyle.

We’ve been following the propagation of the high-tech, 100-plus choice soda fountains since first experiencing one back in the summer of 2009.

We’ve seen them deployed at chains, like Boston Market, Five Guys and Burger King, as well as several independent restaurants, like Surfer Joe’s and Zorba’s Burgers.

This is the first time we’ve seen them in a grocery store.

The machines are in the following Inland Empire stores:

  • San Bernardino: 161 E. 40th St.
  • Highland: 28988 Greenspot Road
  • Fontana: 11225 Sierra Ave.
  • Loma Linda: 25630 Barton Road
  • Chino: 6989 Schaefer Ave.
  • Grand Terrace: 22201 Barton Road
  • Yucaipa: 11365 Bryant St., 34460 Yucaipa Blvd.
  • Phelan: 4059 Phelan Road
  • Adelanto: 14168 Highway 395
  • Victorville: 15235 Hook Road, 13760 Bear Valley Road
  • Hesperia: 14466 Main St., 16904 Main St.
  • Apple Valley: 21602 Bear Valley Road, 12253 Apple Valley Road
  • Beaumont: 1430 Beaumont Ave.
  • Riverside: 2995 Iowa Ave., 3420 La Sierra Ave.
  • Corona: 550 Hidden Valley Parkway, 2243 Eagle Glen Parkway
  • Perris: 47 W. Nuevo Road
  • Moreno Valley: 14425 Moreno Beach Drive, 25900 Iris Ave.
  • Lake Elsinore: 32281 Mission Trail, 29995 Canyon Hills Road
  • Menifee: 25904 Newport Road
  • Wildomar: 36010 Hidden Springs Road
  • Winchester: 30712 Benton Road
  • Temecula: 31813 Temecula Parkway

At the San Bernardino Staters, it’ll cost you $1.49 for a 24-ounce cup and $1.79 for a 32-ouncer. Pricing should be similar at other locations.

For more information on the Coca-Cola Freestyle, including locations and available flavors, click here.