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Keurig Launches Cafe Bustelo K-Cups

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ORRVILLE, Ohio-Keurig Green Mountain has introduced a line of Cafe Bustelo K-Cup packs, as part of its recent multiyear agreement to extend the brewer brand’s partnership with Cafe Bustelo parent J.M. Smucker. The new line comes in two single-serve varieties, Espresso Style and 100% Colombian Coffee. John Whoriskey, president of Keurig’s U.S. sales and marketing,More »

Keurig Becomes Exclusive Maker of Harris Teeter K-Cups

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WATERBURY, Vt.-Keurig Green Mountain has become the exclusive manufacturer of Harris Teeter-branded K-Cup packs for its Keurig brewing system. Financial terms of the agreement between Keurig and the southern department-store chain were not disclosed. The new line of K-Cups is available now at Harris Teeter stores and on harristeeter.com. It is launching with an assortmentMore »

Keurig to Offer Nestle Coffee-Mate K-Cups

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WATERBURY, Vt.-Keurig Green Mountain and Nestle USA have reached a multiyear agreement to offer Keurig K-Cup packs with Nestle Coffee-Mate-branded coffee with creamer. The two companies will debut the new Nestle Coffee-Mate 2 in 1 K-Cup packs in original and French vanilla flavors on keurig.com this fall, and in stores in spring 2015. The packsMore »

Keurig Green Mountain to Open Cold-Pod Plant in Georgia

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WATERBURY, Vt.-Keurig Green Mountain will open a manufacturing facility in Douglasville, Ga., dedicated to the production of pods for the new Keurig Cold platform, an in-home cold beverage system. The company will invest $337 million in the factory over the next five years. It has closed on the purchase of a 585,000-square-foot building for renovation,More »

Keurig Allies with Subway for Hot Beverages

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WATERBURY, Vt.-Keurig Green Mountain has partnered with the Subway restaurant chain to bring Keurig’s single-serve brewers to Subway North American locations. At this time, more than half of Subway’s restaurants in the United States and Canada have already adopted a Keurig brewing system. David Zambory, Subway’s beverage manager, said Keurig brewers were introduced as anMore »

Keurig Q2 Net Rises 22.4 Percent

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WATERBURY, Vt.-Strong sales and a tight hand on expenses propelled Keurig Green Mountain to a 22.4 percent jump in second-quarter net income, to $162.1 million. Net sales rose 9.8 percent to $1.1 billion in the quarter, which ended on March 29. Selling, general and administrative expenses were flat in dollars and declined by 109 basisMore »

Keurig, Smucker Expand Partnership

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WATERBURY, Vt.-Keurig Green Mountain and The J.M. Smucker Co. have reached a multiyear agreement to expand their partnership for the manufacturing, marketing, distribution and sale of Smucker’s coffee brands. The brands include Folgers, Folgers Gourmet Selections, Cafe Bustelo and Millstone. Mark Wood, Keurig’s senior vice president of global hot systems, said the new agreement—which extendsMore »

GMCR Changes Name to Keurig Green Mountain

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WATERBURY, Vt.-Recognizing the importance of the Keurig brand to its business, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (GMCR) has changed its corporate name to Keurig Green Mountain. The company’s shareholders approved the new name at last week’s annual shareholders meeting. Brian Kelley, president and CEO, said, “Our new name better reflects who we are as a companyMore »