The International Housewares Association (IHA) will be keeping coffee top of mind this year at the 2020 Inspired Home Show, which is set to take place from March 14 to 17 at Chicago’s McCormick Place.
Jura has promoted David Shull to evp/marketing and communications. Shull previously held the role of svp/sales and marketing. He reports to Richard Boynton, who was recently named chairman of the board and CEO of the company.
Jura is rolling out an updated version of its E8 automatic coffee machine. According to the company, the latest version of the coffeemaker is intended for greater ease of use and an expanded variety of specialties. It also features new design elements to enhance its look.
Target kicked off its Cyber Week sale one day early this year, with digital doorbusters available on Target.com on Sunday, December 1, and Monday December 2. Throughout Cyber Week, Target will offer deep discounts, with new offers available every day through Green Monday on December 9.
Nespresso is teaming with the New York City Department of Sanitation and Sims Municipal Recycling to encourage New Yorkers to recycle their Nespresso coffee capsules and other lightweight aluminum items.
Third quarter net sales in the Coffee Systems segment at Keurig Dr. Pepper increased 1.1% as growth in volume/mix partially offset lower net price realization, according to the company.
K-fee, the single-serve coffee maker and pods brand from Germany, will now sell their Duo Pressure coffee and espresso makers and own pods brand, Mr. & Mrs. Mill, in the U.S. market.
Sensio’s Brim 8 Cup Pour-Over Coffeemaker has been accepted into the Specialty Coffee Association’s Certified Home Brewer Program.
Krups is teaming with digital food brand Delish to create the “ultimate coffee break experience” with a customized food truck that will be serving coffee in select New York City neighborhoods.