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Keurig Green Mountain

Peaking at $5.7 billion in sales in 2016, demand for single-serve capsules has leveled off after capturing a significant portion of the US coffee market. Still, premium private-labels showed growth. Read more

Features

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The merged Keurig Green Mountain and Dr Pepper Snapple, now known as Keurig Dr Pepper reported third-quarter sales were up 140% to $2.7 billion. Read more

Coffee Report

The foundation on which beverage retail rests is firming up as mergers and acquisitions consolidate the decades-stable $85 billion global coffee market. Read more

Pods Perform

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Pod Pack International's Tom Martin says that he is pretty happy with the way things turned out. The company's new plant can produce more than half a billion coffee and tea pods, filter rings, super pods, and capsules a year. Read more

Features

Keurig Green Mountain will build a new roasting and packaging facility in South Carolina. Once completed, the plant will create 500 new jobs locally. Read more

News

Nestlé’s decision to purchase the perpetual rights to market Starbucks consumer and foodservice brands globally, outside the company’s coffee shops, was a bold move on the chessboard of global coffee. Read more

News

Coffee machine manufacturer EVOCA SpA and Keurig Green Mountain announced a partnership to produce the Keurig K4000 Café System, a new cafe beverage solution in the away from home (AFH) channel. Read more

Equipment

Keurig Green Mountain launched in November a monthly coffee subscription program featuring K-Cup capsules from Starbucks, Dunkin’ Donuts and Folgers in custom assortments or single brands. Read more

News

Morning riders on the San Francisco underground hop off the train for one of two reasons: work or coffee. Stations may have names like Market, Montgomery, and Embarcadero but to caffeine-seeking commuters they are either Peet’s or Starbucks stops. Read more

Features

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GUSTAV HOILAND

​Equilibrium in a market as fluid as global coffee is fleeting: single-serve was the lone exception. All that changed in December. Read more

Features

Loss in flavor due to the rapid oxidation of coffee is so significant that Third Wave roasters toss out their stock every 10 days or risk losing their reputation for quality. Tim Widmer believes single-serve capsules may be held to the same standard. Read more

Features

The European holding company, JAB Holding, continues its glut of acquisitions by buying out Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. Read more

Coffee Report

Keurig Green Mountain’s long awaited cold beverage dispensing system for still and sparkling cola, seltzers, flavored waters, juice and sports drinks, and tea went on sale in October. Read more

Equipment

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