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Keurig intros space-saving coffee makers

Keurig Dr Pepper’s latest innovation makes brewing coffee in the smallest of spaces an easy task.

The Burlington, Mass., and Plano, Texas-based company unveiled the new K-Mini and K-Mini Plus single serve coffee makers, which deliver freshly brewed coffee from K-Cup pods.

“We know younger coffee drinkers are going through many milestones in their lives — from beginning a new school year to starting their first job in a new city — and they want products that are beautifully designed and can seamlessly fit into their lifestyle,” Andrew Loucks, president of Keurig Appliances at Keurig Dr Pepper, said. “The new Keurig K-Mini brewers are our slimmest brewers yet and incredibly easy to use, making them the perfect portable sidekick for anyone heading back to college, moving into a new apartment, setting up a home office or wherever life takes them.”

The full collection includes:

  • Keurig’s K-Mini Single Serve Coffee Maker, which comes in matte black and oasis, carries a mass retail price of $79.99, can be purchased on Target’s website and will hit the retailer’s shelves in August; and

  • Keurig’s K-Mini Plus Single Serve Coffee Maker, which includes a strong brew feature, removable water reservoir and a K-Cup pod storage unit. The brewer comes in matte black and cardinal red, carries a mass retail price of $99.99, can be found at in-store and online at Bed, Bed and Beyond, and will hit other retailers later this summer.

Further information on the single-serve brewers can be found on the company’s website or by following Keurig’s social media accounts.
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