I wanted to share this post with you since it got something to do with what we consume on daily basis (Coffee). In this post I won’t teach you how to make a great tasting coffee, instead, I want to open your eyes to the efforts Keurig made to create a better environment for us!
Quit a arguably nothing changed the coffee world as much as the Keurig K-Cup. They seemed to be the perfect idea: someone who only wanted one cup of coffee didn’t have to go through the hassle of making a whole pot with grinds in it, and K-Cups cut down on cleanup time. It made perfect sense until people started to notice the cups filling up the landfills and thinking about the exorbitant amount that one cup of coffee now costs.