2015 doesn't look quite so hot for the single-serve coffee specialist.
Keurig's distribution deals with some of the major coffee and retail brands during the third and fourth quarter, coupled with new product launches, helped the company to strengthen its dominance in the industry. In August, the Vermont based brewer specialist released its most awaited product of the year: Keurig 2.0. Show More Summary
via Sum of Us: Starbucks doesn’t think you have the right to know what’s in your coffee. So it’s teamed up with Monsanto to sue the small U.S. state of Vermont to stop you from finding out. Hiding behind the shadowy “Grocery Manufacturers Association”, Starbucks is supporting a lawsuit that’s aiming to block a landmark law that requires […]
www.keurig.com Things are starting to heat up in the single-serve coffee market. Keurig Green Mountain (GMCR) continues to dominate this growing niche, but a big gamble on a new platform and hungrier competition are setting the stage for a more competitive future. Keurig Green Mountain reports on Wednesday afternoon. Show More Summary
Munroe’s Family Restaurant in Twin Mountain, New Hampshire is a mandatory stop if you want to fuel up before or after winter recreational activities. A family style restaurant, it’s a great place to get strong coffee, huge omelets, pancakes, or waffles before you venture into the cold for winter hiking, snowmobiling or skiing in the […]
Hedge fund manager David Einhorn, who runs Greenlight Capital, has closed out the rest of his famous Green Mountain Coffee short position, according to an investor letter. He called it an "ultimately unsuccessful short." "We closed out a number of positions including the remainder of our short position in Keurig Green Mountain (GMCR). Show More Summary
For today’s edition of Dear Mark, we’ve got a four-parter. First, is it a problem if the oils in coffee beans are oxidized? Should we avoid them altogether? Is coffee coffee? Next, what should a guy who just recovered from an injury do for exercise: CrossFit or Primal Blueprint Fitness? After that, an enduro mountain […]
www.keurig.com The new brewer from Keurig Green Mountain (GMCR), which revolutionized the way folks drink coffee at home and at the office, is shaping up to be a bit of a dud. Keurig 2.0 uses label-scanning technology to optimize the brewing experience for each individual K-Cup portion pack. Show More Summary
I f you entered your office break room in the 1990s or the aughts, chances are good that you’d find a Keurig K-Cup machine and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters packets lined up beside it. Commonplace now, they seemed the product of sheer...Show More Summary
By John McKenna: When Keurig (NASDAQ: GMCR) burst onto the scene with their patented single-cup brewing machine, it changed the coffee drinking world. Teaming up with then-exclusive partner Green Mountain Coffee, the stock became the...Show More Summary
By Marshall Hargrave: The recent deals that Keurig Green Mountain (NASDAQ:GMCR) has managed to ink promise to be the next major growth driver for the fast growth single-cup coffee market. Its recent deals include the multi-year deal with Kraft Foods (NASDAQ:KRFT), which is one of the biggest players in the food and beverages business. Show More Summary
By ICRA Online Ltd.: Keurig Green Mountain (NASDAQ: GMCR) has come a long way since its inception in 1981 as a small coffee shop in Waterbury, Vermont. The company was earlier known as Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, and very recently changed the name to better reflect its union with Keurig. Show More Summary
Interest from a key peer in the beverage industry is just part of what has driven the coffee brewer's shares higher.
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