Community Coffee, Keurig Have Licensing Agreement

BATON ROUGE (AP) — Louisiana-based Community Coffee Co. and Vermont-based Keurig Green Mountain Inc. have a multi-year deal for licensing, manufacturing and distribution.

         An announcement Monday on both companies' websites did not disclose terms of the contract. It describes Community as the nation's largest family-owned and operated retail coffee brand.

         Baton Rouge-based Community has made single-serve cups that can be used in Keurig machines since April 2013, The Advocate’s Timothy Boone reports.

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         The companies say licensed single-serve Community Coffee packs will be coming out next spring, with later dates for other Keurig devices. Those include K-Carafes, which brew up to four cups of coffee, and office and restaurant machines.

         Keurig is based in Waterbury, VT. It says Community joins 60 brands and nearly 400 beverage varieties currently available.

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