It’s called “butter coffee“. Dave Asprey, an American entrepreneur, came up with the idea after trekking in Tibet and drinking tea laced with yak butter. The drink gave him extra energy to venture across the mountainous terrain. After brainstorming, Asprey developed a high fat, low carbohydrate diet that provides protection against lethargy, fat and disease [...]
Keurig's coffee machines have done great business for its owner Green Mountain Coffee. Making coffee in combination with pretty expensive capsules has made a lot of money for the company, but its latest 2.0 machines have left (excuse me) a bitter tas...
The soda business is flat, and coffee's not as hot as it used to be. Could this be the next big growth area for Keurig?
The year 2014 proved to be an important year for the company, as it remained busy in adding several coffee and retail brands to its list of licensed brands. Moreover, the company released its next generation brewer system in the U.S.: Keurig 2.0, in August. Show More Summary
Your Keurig coffee pods have a dirty little secret. Actually, make that a big secret. In 2013, Keurig Green Mountain produced 8.3 billion K-Cups that were brewed on millions of machines around the world -- enough to circle to globe 10.5 times. Show More Summary
Paul Sakuma/AP Folks looking for caffeinated blasts know Keurig Green Mountain (GMCR) for the popular Keurig platform that brews up coffee in one-cup servings. It may also be known for its carbonated beverage platform in a few months...Show More Summary
by Dennis Crouch In Teashot v. Green Mountain Coffee, the Federal Circuit has affirmed the lower court determination that tea-filled K-Cups do not infringe T-Shot’s Patent No. 5,895,672. K-Cups originally included only disposable coffee pods for use in Keurig machines, but now also include tea-pods for quickly brewing tea. Show More Summary
Apart from a new brewer launch, the company remained busy in adding several coffee and retail brands to its list of licensed brands. In February, Coca-Cola bought a 10% stake in the company for $1.25 billion. Shares of GMCR skyrocketed...Show More Summary
The single-brew coffee giant got a big endorsement and looked to broaden its horizons. Will 2015 be just as sweet for Keurig?
Another black eye for the coffee maker could cause headaches as it launches its new brew system.
Categories: Afternoon Coffee Tags: General News Consumer spending increased 0.6% in November. And, Keurig Green Mountain is recalling more than 7 million of the Mini Plus Brewing Systems, Afternoon Coffee brings you the latest in supply chain and procurement news. (Read more...) Leave A Commentposted in Afternoon Coffee by Kaitlyn McAvoy
After reports that customers were scalded by hot water spraying from their coffee brewers, Keurig Green Mountain is recalling more than 7 million units just days before Christmas.
If you bought someone a Keurig coffee machine for Christmas this year you might want to remove it from under the tree. Keurig Green Mountain is recalling about 6.6 million MINI Plus Brewing Systems in the United States and another 500,000 in Canada. Keurig voluntarily recalls MINI Plus K10 brewers made before July 2014. No […]
www.bevyz.com There will soon be more than just coffee pouring at Keurig Green Mountain (GMCR). The company behind the Keurig brewer and K-Cup portion packs that have become industry standards in single-serve coffee will pushing next...Show More Summary
We have raised our price estimate for Keurig Green Mountain due to a number of factors affecting our forecast including the number of K-Cups sold being increased, potentially lucrative partnerships with top coffee and retail brands,Show More Summary
News came out last week that Bob Stiller, founder of Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (now Keurig Green Mountain) and still recognized as Chairman Emeritus, made a $10 million dollar grant to Fair Trade USA, a fair trade labeling organization on whose board Stiller sits. Show More Summary
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 […]