The New Keurig Kold Might Be Too Little Too Late
The new Keurig Kold can make carbonated beverages, but the soft-drink market is declining. The machine might not revive the company's stock.By Jamal Andress | September 29, 2015
Last year in February, Keurig announced a $1.25 billion partnership with the Coca-Cola Co. Now, more than a year and a half later, consumers are finally seeing the results of the massive deal.
Keurig Kold is a $370 soda-maker that Keurig is hoping can turn the company's fortunes (and stock price) around is now available online. And because of the partnership with Coke, Keurig Kold features some of your favorites: Sprite, Fanta, Canada Dry, Classic Coke and others.
It also doesn't need a CO2 canister.