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 Keurig Kold: You could just buy a mini-fridge instead Next we prepared a blind taste test of Dr. Pepper, comparing a Keurig sample to the bottled variety as well as a large cup of fountain Dr. Pepper from the local Subway franchisee. I put the Dr. Pepper pod into the Kold, hit the button and waited two [...]
Watch Keurig's New “Kold” Machine Make a Margarita in Seconds – CES 2016 I was at a press preview event at CES 2016 in Las Vegas and almost passed up the Keurig table because everyone knows how a Keurig works – you pop in a K-Cup and out comes a hot coffee seconds later. But this one is different – it's the company's new [...]
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Keurig axes unpopular Kold machine, offers customer refunds The Kold machine is also significantly larger than the slimline SodaStream systems — a problem for customers with small kitchens looking to save counter space. The company had high hopes when its Kold machines debuted, suggesting they could eventually [...]
Keurig unveils Keurig Kold, a new carbonated drink machine NEW YORK — Keurig Green Mountain, the company best known for getting millions of people hooked in single-cup coffee brewing, is now hitching its wagon to fizzy bubbles as it prepares to take on instant carbonated drink-making king Soda Stream with [...]
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.
Meet the Keurig Hail Mary: SodaIs Keurig Green Mountain turning out to be nothing more than a highly caffeinated Pet Rock or Cabbage Patch Kid? The K-Cup maker was once all the rage with coffee lovers ... and on Wall Street. It was one of the hottest stocks in the S&P 500 thanks to strong sales and earnings growth. Its success led Coca-Cola(KO) to make an investment in it in February 2014. But now Keurig(GMCR) is starting to look like a passing fad. Shares have plunged 70% this year....
Coca-Cola(NYSE:KO) has a strong record of acquisitions.The company has been able to buy all of, or sometimes just a piece of, emerging beverage brands. Once it has a stake or has made the complete acquisition, the company can leverage its distribution to make its investment more valuable.For example, the company has invested over $2 billion in Monster Beverage(NASDAQ:MNST), a company making energy drinks that are popular with millennials. That deal puts Coke in a new category, giving it a...
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...