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         A group of ambitious Keurig Green Mountain employees recently donated the gift of 14 hand knitted scarves, 3 handmade hats, and 2 pairs of hand knitted mittens to Spectrum Youth & Family Services in Burlington, VT. Since November, this non-profit group within the company has worked to create various handmade items as part of Keurig Green Mountain’s CAFÉ program. Through this program, Keurig Green Mountain employees are allotted up to 52 hours per fiscal year to volunteer with nonprofit...
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Hello, Winter

  Snow has officially arrived here in New England and the temperatures are dropping. For us, this...

Keurig & Hunter Hayes Bring the Coffee House Experience on Tour

  Touring is personal for Hunter Hayes. After all, he's imagined the look, feel, and vibe of his...

Maximum Brewing Action Satisfaction

    So, maybe you got a new Keurig® brewer over the holidays. Or maybe you’ve had a brewer for...

Volunteering with Stop Hunger Now

Volunteerism is a key element of the culture at Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. (GMCR). We want...

What’s in a Name?

This is more than simply a case of “tomato” versus “tomahto.” There have always been regional...

10 ways to Celebrate Autumn

Fall is in the air! It is the autumnal equinox, which means today is equally divided by daytime and...

Over $540,000 in Grants to Knoxville Area Nonprofits

As part of our dedication to supporting communities where we do business we have committed over...
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