Why Green Mountain Is Still Silent on K-Cup SalesBy
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, the stock-market darling behind Keurig brewing machines, has been hosting its first field day with investors on Tuesday. Shareholders and analysts who made the trip to Boston for the seven-hour pow-wow (or streamed it online) learned a lot of things. Most notably, the company will keep expanding in Southern states and plans to deploy its little one-cup brewing machines to the U.K., South Korea, Mexico, and Sweden.
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