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As Soda Sales Lose Sparkle, Keurig Dr Pepper Bets On Enhanced Bottled Water As soda sales fizzle, Keurig Dr Pepper (KDP) will acquire bottled water maker Core Nutrition for $525 million, playing catch-up after PepsiCo (PEP) purchased SodaStream (SODA) and Coca-Cola (KO) bought British coffee chain Costa in multibillion-dollar [...]
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Can Coca-Cola and Its Peers Benefit from Strategic Acquisitions? The nonalcoholic beverage space saw some major deals in 2018. Dr Pepper Snapple merged with Keurig Green Mountain to form Keurig Dr Pepper (KDP). On September 18, Coca-Cola (KO) announced the acquisition of kombucha maker Organic & Raw [...]
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Who Just Made the Better Deal: Coke or Pepsi? It is somewhat ironic that Pepsi bought SodaStream, considering that Coca-Cola moved into the home appliance market first by investing $2 billion in Keurig Green Mountain (now Keurig Dr Pepper) in 2014. The threat for Pepsi at the time was the [...]
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Why the Costa Buyout Is Just One Piece of Coca-Cola's Ongoing Transformation They own Panera Bread, they own some equity in what used to be Keurig, that's now Keurig and Dr. Pepper. They were probably a player here. We don't know that, but even if they were just sort of sniffing, it's very easy to go to Coke and say, "If you [...]
Keurig Green Mountain, best known for its single-cup coffee machines, is discontinuing the first generation of its Keurig Kold, a home soda machine system that fizzled out after less than a year on the market. “We learned a lot — including that consumers are willing to embrace the concept of a system that delivers fresh-made, cold beverages in the home — and we’ll build our learnings into future beverage systems,” Keurig said in a statement. Keurig Kold, which launched in September , retailed for almost $370 with each soda pod costing more than a dollar. SodaStream, for example, offers similar products ranging from $80 to $200. The Kold machine is also significantly larger than the slimline SodaStream systems — a problem for customers with small kitchens looking to save counter space.
Sodastream International Ltd (NASDAQ: SODA ) popped nearly 6 percent Wednesday after management reported fourth-quarter sales 5 percent above estimates. This marks SodaStream’s fifth consecutive positive quarter. The company has been on a 300-percent run since February 2016, when it saw long-awaited relief from a three-year, 80-percent slide. In fact, since the first earnings beat was reported in February 2016, only Roth Capital and Jeffries have issued ratings. Roth Capital responded to strong 2015 holiday figures with a Buy, but it downgraded SodaStream to Neutral following second-quarter results. Jeffries maintains a Hold rating on four occasions with three price target increases.
Coca-Cola shares are set for a breakout thanks to successes overseas and its mission to expand its beverage lineup, according to Wells Fargo, which upgraded the stock to outperform.But probably most interesting in analyst Bonnie Herzog's note was speculation that the 125-year-old purveyor of sugary beverages may make a move into alcoholic beverages. She expects management to make some hints of this at the company's investor day on Thursday."We expect management will highlight a lot of this...
Buying dividend stocks is a time-tested way to build wealth, but investors often chase stocks with high yields without doing their homework. High payout ratios -- or the percentage of a company's earnings or free cash flow spent on dividends -- are red flags that indicate a dividend could be cut.A company's earnings growth could also peak, and a stock's decline could erase any dividend gains. Therefore, let's examine three high-yielding stocks which initially look attractive as income plays...
KeurigKeurig is floundering.The company's share price has plunged 60% since the beginning of the year following a dramatic drop in sales of coffee brewers and accessories.Last year's rollout of Keurig's latest coffee maker, the Keurig 2.0, was disappointing, and the company has been battling aggressive competition from other K-Cup makers that will force it to eventually drop prices on its coffee pods, putting pressure on profit margins, according to Morgan Stanley analysts.Now Keurig is...
WATERBURY, Vt. & ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Keurig Green Mountain, Inc., (Keurig) (NASDAQ: GMCR), a leader in specialty coffee, coffee makers, teas and other beverages with its innovative brewing technology, and The Coca Cola Company (NYSE: KO) have expanded the companies’ innovative partnership to offer select beverages from the portfolio of The Coca Cola Company’s still brands in the Keurig® hot brewing system in the United States and Canada. Honest...