The single-cup coffee market explodes, as hot beverage drinkers increasingly demand quality and personalization
Riesbeck's Food Markets has perked up Center Store by cutting in a new 4-foot section specifically for single-cup coffee. What's more, the St. Clairsville, Ohio, retailer brought in a companion item: a Keurig single-cup coffee-brewing machine. Selling for $119, the machine carries one of the highest retails at the 11-store retailer. Nevertheless, company officials decided the machines would complement the single-serve coffee section well. “Seeing the actual machine will help shoppers ...
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