The production and distribution deal means coffee lovers can probably find their favorite brand in a K-cup
When Keuring Green Mountain announced that it would cut out third-party pods for the next-generation of its popular single-serve machines, other coffee outfits were up in arms. One particular company, TreeHouse Foods, claimed that it would take a...
This year, Keurig entered into some game changing deals and partnerships with companies having strong brand appeal and huge customer base such as Coca-Cola, the Nestle U.S. division, Subway and J.M. Smucker Co. Although the deal structures...Show More Summary
Earlier this year, we wrote about Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, maker of the infamous Keurig single cup coffee makers, and its plan to DRM its next generation coffee pods. The original pods were going off patent, and competition was rising. Show More Summary
Keurig Green Mountain shares were up nearly 11% Friday after announcing it had partnered with Kraft to start selling that firm's coffee products in K-Cups. Caffeine fiends will now be able to pop brews from Maxwell House and McCafé into...Show More Summary
Y Combinator’s Summer 2014 Demo Day is in full swing here at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. The room is packed with investors and press, the coffee is flowing, people in startup t-shirts are pitching, and a team of us TechCrunch writers are hunched over our laptops taking notes on each company that takes the stage. Show More Summary
By Andrew Sachais: Keurig Green Mountain (NASDAQ:GMCR), the maker of Keurig one-cup coffee brewers, may be negatively affected by pricing pressure in 2015, even as the company plans on rolling out a new machine later this year. The company said last week that it has secured coffee prices for 75% of its 2015 needs at higher prices than 2014. Show More Summary
The company is raising prices on its popular single-serve coffee products by 9%.
By Dana Skold: Green Mountain's Strong Quarter Investors in Keurig Green Mountain (NASDAQ:GMCR) should be pleased with the coffee roaster's excellent quarterly results. Revenues rose while gross costs and SG&A expenses stayed constant:...Show More Summary
DinoDirect via YouTube Green Mountain reported Q3 ajusted earnings of $0.99 per share, beating expectations for $0.89 per share. Revenue of $1.02 billion came in just shy of $1.05 billion. Keurig's patent on K-Cup coffee pods expired in 2012 but it has entered into deals with the likes of Nestle to offer K-cups. Show More Summary
By WhisperNumber: Keurig Green Mountain Coffee (NASDAQ:GMCR) is expected to report earnings on Wednesday, August 6th. The whisper number is $0.89, one cent ahead of the analysts' estimate and showing some confidence from the WhisperNumber community. Show More Summary
Keurig Green Mountain (NASDAQ:GMCR) is set report earnings for its third fiscal quarter after the market closes on Wednesday, August 5th. Contributing analysts on crowdsourced earnings estimates platform Estimize.com see profits increasing to 94 cents per share this quarter, up from 82 cents in the same period of last year. Show More Summary
The Vermont-based coffee company expects non-GAAP earnings per diluted share for the third quarter to be in the range of $0.83 to $0.88. The company delivered impressive results in its second quarter, driven by a combination of strong top-line growth and operating leverage.
The specialty coffee makers, Keurig Green Mountain announced a multi-year deal with the U.S. division of Nestlé (SIX: NESN), Nestlé USA on July 1, to bring Nestlé's branded coffee with creamer to its customers. Nestlé is a Swiss multinational food and beverage company and the largest food company in the world in terms of revenue generated, with a market cap of over $200 billion.
Back in March, we told you about how the famed makers of the Keurig single-cup coffee brewing "pod" contraption was about to launch a new version with DRM. A competitor, Treehouse Foods, was taking Keurig makers Green Mountain Coffee Roasters to court over this attempt to block them out of the market. Show More Summary
What is the biggest business in your home state? GM drives Michigan, the Keurig Green Mountain Coffee company brews best in Vermont, and Sands is luckiest in Nevada. Bloomberg’s Yang Yang looks at the United Companies of America Bloomberg, June 27 2014
By Jason Merriam: Fourteen months after former Coca-Cola (KO) executive Brian P. Kelley joined Green Mountain Coffee (GMCR) as president and CEO, the two companies announced a pivotal partnership agreement. KO's original 10% stake was...Show More Summary
Coca-Cola, $ KO, is taking a bigger swallow of Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, $ GMCR. And the StockTwits’ community is questioning whether Coca-Cola is sipping the product before eventually gulping the whole thing down. So when is Read More...
The specialty coffee company reported significant net sales of $ 1.1 billion, with a growth of 10% year-over-year, attributed to a 29% increase due to brewer sales volume. The net sales growth includes the unfavorable impact of foreign currency exchange rates, which reduced the sales figure by approximately 1%.