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Keurig and Subway partner on hot beverages


June 10, 2014
By Canadian Vending

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June 16, 2014, Waterbury, Vt., and Milford, Conn. – Specialty beverage maker Keurig Green Mountain and the Subway restaurant
chain are partnering to bring Keurig's single serve
brewers to thousands of the restaurant brand's North American locations.

June 16, 2014, Waterbury, Vt., and Milford, Conn. – Specialty beverage maker Keurig Green Mountain and the Subway restaurant
chain are partnering to bring Keurig's single serve
brewers to thousands of the restaurant brand's North American locations.



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The Keurig K150 brewer expands the restaurants' hot beverage options,
providing freshly brewed coffee on demand. More than half of
the Subway restaurants in Canada and the United States have
adopted a Keurig system.





"Keurig brewers offer quality and convenience, which are key
advantages as Subway restaurants look to provide customers with a
consistently high-quality cup of coffee brewed fresh no matter the time
of day – not just at breakfast," said John Whoriskey, president of U.S. sales and marketing for Keurig, in a media statement. "Keurig brewers help Subway franchisees simplify operations by eliminating the need for separate
brewing of regular, decaffeinated and flavoured coffee, reducing waste
and clean-up of unconsumed coffee."






"Since introducing Keurig brewers as an option to our
franchisees last year, we've heard overwhelmingly positive feedback
about Keurig's ability to delivery variety, quality and freshness on
demand," said David Zambory, beverage manager for the restaurant chain, in the statement.