Friday, 7 February 2014

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Coca-Cola is planning to allow customers make its sodas and other beverages at home as it ventures into new territory.
The drinks giant has bought a 10 per cent stake in Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc for $1.25 billion which would help launch Green Mountain's new cold drink machine planned for release as soon as October.
Under their 10-year agreement, the companies will collaborate on the development and introduction of Coca-Cola products on Green Mountain's upcoming machine that will serve both carbonated and non-carbonated beverages, including soft drinks, tea and juice.

Changing face of coke: The drinks giant is helping to develop a machine that will serve both carbonated and non-carbonated beverages, including soft drinks, tea and juice
Changing face of coke: The drinks giant is helping to develop a machine that will serve both carbonated and non-carbonated beverages, including soft drinks, tea and juice
Heading to a kitchen near you: Coca-Cola is planning to allow customers to make their soda at home after buying a stake in a company which is developing a new carbonation machine
Heading to a kitchen near you: Coca-Cola is planning to allow customers to make their soda at home after buying a stake in a company which is developing a new carbonation machine


Partnership: Green Mountain's Keurig machine popularised the use of pods - small packets containing everything from coffee, tea or hot chocolate powder - for easy, in-home, one-cup brewing of hot drinks
Partnership: Green Mountain's Keurig machine popularised the use of pods - small packets containing everything from coffee, tea or hot chocolate powder - for easy, in-home, one-cup brewing of hot drinks

New territory: Coca-Cola has bought a 10 per cent stake in Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc for $1.25 billion which would help launch Green Mountain's new cold drink machine planned for release as soon as October
New territory: Coca-Cola has bought a 10 per cent stake in Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc for $1.25 billion which would help launch Green Mountain's new cold drink machine planned for release as soon as October


Blow: The deal comes as SodaStream makes a concerted effort to cement its place in U.S. kitchens
Blow: The deal comes as SodaStream makes a concerted effort to cement its place in U.S. kitchens

The new shares have been priced at $74.98, which represents the trailing. 
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