August 23, 2011

Timothy's Keurig K-Cups Discontinued in the United States at Wholesale

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The Shoffee Blog has some sad news for those of us that love Timothy's World Coffee. After more than a year of speculation, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters has stated Timothy's World Coffee Brand Keurig K-Cup Portion Packs will no longer be available in the United States, effective September 9, 2011 at wholesale.

They sent Shoffee.com a letter with the following:

"Effective September 9, 2011 Timothy World Coffee K-Cup portion pack beverage varieties will no longer be available in the wholesale channel in the United States. This will enable us to offer yo a more consistent supply of products that best meet customer demand under the Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. (GMCR), Specialty Coffee Business Unite (SCBU) family of brands."

So this means at wholesale and not perhaps at retail? We think it's going to be both, and they'll leave Timothy's as the Canadian branded K-Cups? Speculation aside make sure and get your favorite Timothy's K-Cups while you can and hopefully they'll be other methods to get them in the future.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at August 23, 2011 8:05 AM
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