first_imgKeurig Dr Pepper,Vermont Business Magazine Keurig Green Mountain, Inc, based in Waterbury, has introduced a new lineup of brewer colors just in time for the spring and summer seasons. Knowing the importance of color in the kitchen, Keurig worked closely with its longtime partner, the Pantone Color Institute to create an assortment of new beautiful and bold colors for select Keurig brewers that complement a variety of design aesthetics.“With today’s continually evolving design and color trends, consumers have so many ways of incorporating different accents into their home” says Phil Drapeau, Vice President of Hot System Appliances. “Each year we look forward to introducing new colors to our Keurig coffee maker lineup so consumers can bring their own personal style into the kitchen.”Influenced by the antioxidant ingredients of fruits and vegetables, Black Plum(link is external) is a rich blue-based purple with a hint of red. Magical and mystical, Black Plum adds visual interest and drama to any environment in which it is placed. Black Plum is offered exclusively in the K15 series brewer, sold on is external) and other leading retailers for $99.99.Keurig also introduces Plum Gray(link is external) as part of its offering, a contemporary lavender gray hue that is the essence of subtlety. Ideal for those with tempered tastes, Plum Gray invites harmony and composure into the kitchen. A natural with stainless steel appliances, Plum Gray is considered one of the most desirable colors outside of black to consumers and is offered exclusively in the K200 series brewer, sold on is external) and other leading retailers for $129.99.Combining a sense of nostalgia with modernity, Keurig’s third new spring color for 2017, Oasis(link is external), is a soft and cool green blue color with a vintage feel. Oasis was a main theme throughout kitchen appliances and décor at The International Home and Housewares Show in March 2017 and continues to be a trending color for all ages. The K200 brewer in Oasis will now be launched more broadly. Keurig is bringing this color to the K200 series brewer, sold on is external) and other leading retailers for $129.99.In addition to the newly introduced colors above, Keurig has also coordinated with key retail partners to develop color exclusives including the K15 Brewer in Oasis available only at Target later this summer, the K200 series brewers in Graphite and Denim Blue sold exclusively at Kohl’s as well as K15 series brewer in Greenery, the 2017 Pantone Color of the Year.For more information on the wide variety of colors available for your Keurig coffee maker, please visit is external)About Keurig Green Mountain, IncKeurig Green Mountain, Inc. (Keurig) is reimagining how beverages can be created, personalized, and enjoyed, fresh-made in homes and workplaces. We are a personal beverage system company revolutionizing the beverage experience through the power of innovative technology and strategic brand partnerships. With an expanding family of more than 70 beloved brands and 445 beverage varieties, our Keurig® hot beverage system delivers great taste, convenience, and choice at the push of a button. As a company founded on social responsibility, we are committed to using the power of business to brew a better world through our work to build resilient supply chains, sustainable products, thriving communities, and a water-secure world. Keurig is a private business owned by an investment group led by JAB Holding Co. For more information visit: is external). To purchase Keurig products visit: is external), is external), is external), is external).About The Pantone Color InstituteThe Pantone Color Institute™ is the consulting arm within Pantone that forecasts global color trends, advises companies on color in brand identity and product development, and on color assurance programs. Through seasonal trend forecasts, color psychology, and custom color consulting, the Pantone Color Institute partners with global brands to leverage the power, psychology and emotion of color in their design strategy.Source: Keurig 6.5.2017last_img read more

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first_imgEmbarrassed by their 63-run defeat in the opening one day international, West Indies responded with a four-wicket win over Afghanistan to level the one-day international series in St Lucia on Sunday.The hosts skittled out the tourists for just 135.After West Indies’ quicks dominated Afghanistan, Shai Hope’s unbeaten 48 and a 33-run knock from Evin Lewis guided the hosts to 138-6 with 64 balls remaining.Afghanistan – like they did in game one – won the toss and opted to bat first at the Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, but they struggled to get going.Jason Holder (2-38), Shannon Gabriel (2-25), Alzarri Joseph (2-15) and Ashley Nurse (2-33) starred with the ball as the tourists slumped to 51-6 in the 17th over.Noor Ali Zadran (8), Javed Ahmadi (9), Rahmat Shah (1), Samiullah Shenwari (2) and Asghar Stanikzai (11) were quickly sent back to the pavilion.Gulbadin Naib was the only batsman to offer any real resistance, his 51 runs helping the Afghans post a respectful total after he was the last wicket to fall.Teenage sensation Rashid Khan, 18, left the Windies in a spin last time out following his remarkable seven-wicket haul.Despite finishing with figures of 3-26, Hope and Lewis, along with Rovman Powell (17), Kieran Powell (12) and Holder (11 not out) ensured there will be a series decider on Wednesday.last_img read more

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