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Rogers Family Coffee for Your Keurig?

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Rogers Family Coffee Big News

If you love your Keurig, you may just have a wider selection of coffees to choose from after today. West Coast-based Rogers Family Coffee, a family coffee roasting company whose brands include San Francisco Bay coffee (try their Fog Chaser blend for an early morning eye opener!), Fairwinds Coffee, Organic Coffee Co. and Jerusalem Coffee (100% Kosher), is expected to announce today that it will soon begin selling a selection of its coffees packaged in cups compatible with your Keurig brewer. Green Mountain Coffee Roasters has had a lock on the K-cup market up to now because of patent restrictions which meant that any coffee roaster who wanted to tap the K-cup market had to work out a deal with GMCR. Keurig’s patent for the K-cup ends next year, which will allow many other coffee companies to start packaging their own K-cups, but Rogers Family Coffee is getting a jump on the competition. The trick? Their cup design uses a wire screen instead of the plastic screen used by the K-cups. A number of brands from Rogers Family Coffee are available in supermarkets across the country and can be ordered from the Rogers Coffee website.

Deb Powers has been reading about coffee, drinking coffee, brewing coffee, writing about coffee and roasting her own coffee for nearly 30 years.She confesses to being a coffee wonk and finds endless fascination in even the most meta of coffee information.
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