Starbucks to launch the new Clover Vertica single cup, on-demand brewer

Clover vertica starbucks – Starbucks has announced its plans to introduce a new coffee machine called Clover Vertica Single Cup Brewer. The device will allow customers to brew their favorite beverages at home using only water and ground beans.

In 2016, Starbucks introduced the Keurig 2.0 brewing system, which allows consumers to prepare hot drinks from pre-packaged pods. The company also launched the K-Cup Plus program, allowing consumers to purchase refillable cups of brewed coffee.

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However, the introduction of the Clover Vertica Single Cup brewer marks a significant shift in the way Starbucks serves its customers. This new device will enable them to brew their preferred beverage without having to go through the hassle of preparing coffee grounds or buying individual capsules.

Starbucks to launch the new Clover Vertica single cup, on-demand brewer

– Tim Horton’s launches ‘CoLab New’ startup accelerator”

Mondelez International, the parent company of brands including Oreo, Cadbury, Trident and Toblerone, announced today it launched CoLab New, a global innovation accelerator program aimed at helping entrepreneurs build innovative food and beverage solutions that improve lives.

The program, which runs across four continents, offers access to mentorship and training opportunities, financial support, and market validation. By partnering with local universities, incubators and accelerators, CoLab New aims to help startups accelerate growth and scale globally while building meaningful impact.

CoLab New will focus on three areas – coffee, chocolate and dairy — and will run in parallel with existing programs based in London, Paris, Milan and Toronto. A fourth location in Shanghai is expected to launch in early 2018.

In addition to providing a place where startups can learn and grow, CoLab New will offer a range of benefits to participants, including access to mentors and investors, educational resources, marketing guidance and a network of industry experts.

The first cohort of 10 startups will begin working together in January 2018. They will receive up to $100,000 USD worth of seed funding, mentoring and coaching over 12 months.

The program will include a six-month boot camp designed to give startups the skills needed to launch and scale successful businesses. Startup teams will work closely with Mondelez’s Innovation Labs, which provide hands-on experience in product development, design thinking, data science and digital technology.

As well as being supported by Mondelez’ extensive knowledge and expertise, startups will also gain access to the insights and experiences of the wider Mondelez family of brands. These include the iconic Canadian brand Tim Hortons; the UK’s favourite chocolatier, Cadburys; Italian confectionery leader, Ferrero Rocher; and the US’s leading ice cream manufacturer, Nestlé.