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K-fee launches premium coffee & espresso makers and pods in the US

CHICAGO, U.S. — K-fee, the single-serve coffee maker and pods brand from Germany, will now sell their Duo Pressure coffee and espresso makers and...

HoReCa drip coffee maker market declines as capsules gain momentum

The global HoReCa drip coffee maker market is highly fragmented in nature. Strong presence of several players and low entry barriers are expected to...

Costco.com debuts world’s first protein enhanced drip coffee pod

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., U.S. – “CUP-O Protein” which caught the attention of COSTCO.com executive buyers has launched CUP-O PROTEIN COFFEE INFUSION on the COSTCO.com site. CO-CEO...

Ontario Mpp’s bill proposes ban on non-compostable coffee pods

The pods and their environmental impact went under the spotlight last week in Canada as a Progressive Conservative politician in Ontario introduced a private...

San Francisco Bay Coffee Co. launches ‘No Waste’ OneCup at Costco

LINCOLN, CA, U.S. —San Francisco Bay Coffee Company debuted today the country’s first ‘No Waste’ OneCup single-serve coffee pods, now available at Costco stores...

Keurig makes a strong move with bold new K-Select coffee maker

WATERBURY, Vt., U.S. – Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. (“Keurig”), a leader in specialty coffee and innovative single serve brewing systems, has unveiled the new...

DiscountCoffee.com warns coffee drinkers about confusing ‘K-Cup Pods’

ST. LOUIS, MO U.S. – Coffee roasters and beverage manufacturers recently started adding the term “pod” to the packaging labels of plastic k-cup coffee, tea and hot beverage products. Consumers are coming up empty when they discover these popular plastic cups, labeled “k-cup pods,” are not designed to fit in a pod coffee maker.

Nespresso to test pilot recycling program for single-serve pods in the UK

LONDON, UK – Coffee company Nespresso is rolling out a six-month pilot recycling program for its single-use, aluminum capsules in the UK. Beginning this week, Nespresso Club members in the London borough of Kensington and Chelsea will be able to recycle their used capsules via special purple bags provided by the coffee company.

Starbucks unveils new Verismo System

Customers can experience the result of a collaboration between Starbucks coffee team and equipment developers with the new Verismo System by Starbucks. The new system is on...

Ethical Bean Coffee launches 100% compostable single-serve pods

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, U.S. - Vancouver-based Ethical Bean Coffee, already famous for their delicious fair trade certified organic coffee, is proud to announce the launch...

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