I am so excited to use the new Keurig Kold. This machine promises to deliver a perfectly chilled carbonated beverage in just 90 seconds. In this video we will ...
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The Douglas County Plant Keurig Bought But Never Used Is Being ... An empty Douglasville facility was supposed to be ground zero for dreams of brewing your own glass of Coca-Cola. Now, the defunct plant has been picked up [...]
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Will a Combined Keurig Dr. Pepper Bring Back the Kold? People are used to putting in some “effort” when it comes to brewing coffee, so popping in a K-cup and waiting is not that big a deal. But is it the same for soda, where people just grab a can and go about their day? Additionally, with the [...]
Keurig unveils its new home-brew soda machine, and we tried it Keurig eventually dropped its K-Cup DRM plan. A new product and category could be just the kind of cold remedy Keurig Green Mountain needs. Keurig Kold is now on sale online and in six retail markets (Dallas, New York, Atlanta, Chicago, Boston and Los [...]
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LonoLife – the first brand to put bone broth in a recyclable K-Cup, and a fast-growing player in the burgeoning bone broth stick-pack market – has rolled out to 2,500 stores just over a year after launch, and expects to be in 6,000 stores by the... “Campbell’s just put their regular chicken soup in a K-Cup and charged three times the amount for the same product. Just like Keurig Kold [axed last summer] where you're paying almost $400 for a machine and then they charge you a dollar for putting regular Coke in a K-Cup [when you can buy it in store for a fraction of that amount].
After its six-year foray to craft a cold-drinks machine bombed big for Keurig Green Mountain, the coffee company looks to be clinging to its K-Cups in an increasingly competitive coffee business. , now needs to apply the lessons from the debacle of its Kold carbonated drinks system to its coffee business, where sales have flattened out, according to analysts who follow the company. “No matter how much you test things, sometimes you don’t get the full impact of consumer reactions until you actually have it in people’s homes and on people’s counters,” Keurig spokeswoman Suzanne DuLong said. “[Kold] missed on all cylinders,” said Jim Speltz, the former chief executive of speciality retailer Brookstone who is now an industry consultant.
Keurig took the java industry by storm with its easy-to-use K-Cups and coffee makers. Instead of measuring out and brewing coffee yourself or going to a coffee shop, you can simply place the K-Cup of your choice in the machine, put your mug under it, and press a button. Keuring made a (slightly) complex process simple, and for that we're willing to spend a bit more for K-Cups than we would on bags of coffee beans. The company is now extending this logic to soft drinks with the Keurig Kold...
How to hack a KeurigKeurig Green Mountain has a new make-your-own-cola machine coming out this year called Kold. But investors are starting to worry that sales will be frigid. The company disclosed in a meeting with analysts Thursday that the expected retail price for Kold is between $299 and $369. That's much more expensive than the products from SodaStream(SODA). The cheapest SodaStream model sells for just $79. And it's not as if SodaStream is doing all that well. SodaStream's stock has...
KeurigKeurig is under pressure. The instant coffee brewer company's shares have been declining amid a recall of its MINI Plus Brewing System. The inventor of the brand's K-Cups has criticized his own product for being bad for the environment.And customers who bought the Keurig 2.0 on Amazon complain that they realized they needed a new kind of coffee pod for it to work only after they had bought the machine.Despite these setbacks, Keurig Green...
Berlin. Die Vorfreude ist natürlich riesig. Doch in dieses Gefühl mischte sich bei den deutschen Hockeyfrauen einen Tag vor Beginn der Hallen-WM in der Max-Schmeling-Halle auch leichte Besorgnis. "Die Halle ist doch erschreckend groß", sagte Janne Müller-Wieland. Damit meinte sie nicht die Kulisse, die während des Testspiels gegen die Weißrussinnen noch überschaubar war, wenngleich sich das während des Turniers ändern wird. Am Wochenende wird die Halle sogar ausverkauft sein....