Gevalia and Maxwell House Portion Packs Appearing on Store Shelves
AB from Bangor, Maine has spotted some new Maxwell House and Gevalia branded Portion Packs AKA K-Cups on store shelves at Walmart. Both of these K-Cups are made by Kraft and not licensed by Keurig. We first heard tale of these fabled K-Cups in 2012.
Maxwell House - 7.99 per 12 K-Cups.
- French Roast
- Breakfast Blend
- House Blend
Gevalia - 8.49 for 12 K-Cups
- Signature Blend
- Dark Royal Blend
We've not tried these, but they should work in any Keurig K-Cup brewing system.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 11, 2013 7:23 AM
$8 for 12 portion packs, eh? Same ridiculous overpricing. What happened to the presumed price drop and competition? Meh. I will pick up 200 Kirkland brand for $89.99 at Costco. At least those are less ridiculously priced.
This just seems so... weird. Keurig's patent expires and bam, Kraft invade their turf with Kraft-owned coffee brands.
Would be hilariously weird if Kraft/Bosch ever let the Tassimo patent expire and Keurig/GMCR decided to do the same by releasing GMCR T-Discs.