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Eko Brands, LLC, a Seattle based company, has developed a reusable filter for use with Keurig single cup coffee brewing devices. The product, called Ekobrew, is available to consumers through Amazon.com and a rapidly expanding network of national and regional retailers. In the first few weeks of sales, Ekobrew has maintained the status as the number one New Release item in all of Amazon’s grocery division.
Single serve coffee is the fastest growing segment in the coffee market today. Even though the consumer gets a high quality, cost-effective cup of gourmet drip coffee, many have voiced stark criticism about the blind eye that is being turned toward the environmental impact of the trend. Keurig is the driving force behind this burgeoning market segment. This year alone over 5 billion Keurig K-Cups will be sold, used and then discarded by consumers. Most of those non-biodegradable plastic-and-foil K-Cups will end up in our landfills.
Eko Brands, LLC, an emerging leader in ecologically responsible, single-serve coffee alternatives, felt that there was a better way. The result of this conviction is the patent-pending Ekobrew device. The Ekobrew unit is not only earth friendly but also saves coffee drinkers more than half of what they would spend on a K-Cup, depending on their choice of coffee. The Ekobrew device works with the Keurig machines in a way that eliminates the need to remove the Keurig filter holster. With superior design and unrivaled engineering efficiencies, the Ekobrew unit has passed every test and satisfied the most discriminating coffee drinkers.
Eko Brands, LLC was created by businesspeople with over 22 years in the coffee industry. Says Ron DeMiglio, President of Eko Brands, “It’s not often you can seamlessly transition to a green-friendly product without compromising some aspect of the original process. Not only is Ekobrew simple to use, it will save the consumer tons of money by using their favorite coffee.” The main thrust of the product is to reduce the environmental impact of single-serve coffee consumption without sacrificing convenience or quality.” He went on to say that, “The future looks bright not because of our innovation at Eko Brands, but because people are increasingly aware of their daily consumption choices and are making more responsible decisions.”
Eko Brands plans to introduce additional earth-friendly, single-serve products in the near future. Information about the product can be found at http://www.ekobrew.com.
For questions or more information, contact Ron DeMiglio at (425) 299-0930 or Ron(at)ekobrew(dot)com.