Keurig Green Mountain

Keurig Green Mountain is buying more and more coffee, but less of it is eco-certified.

Revised on November 17, 2017

K-Cups still can’t be recycled. Same old, same old.

Revised on April 18, 2016

Some greenwashing in the Keurig Green Mountain sustaianbility report.

Revised on November 29, 2016

Green Mountain Coffee Roasters will award four grants of $200,000 each to organizations with ideas to combat climate change in four core areas: transportation-related emissions (including GMCR’s product shipping), threats to coffee-growing communities (enormous, given that climate change is already…

Revised on March 1, 2015