Coffeemaker Roasts Keurig 2.0 Machine In Antitrust MDL

By Max Stendahl (September 3, 2014, 6:34 PM EDT) -- An attorney for a California coffee company on Wednesday urged a New York federal judge to block Keurig Inc. from selling the latest version of its popular brewing machine, arguing it was designed to expand a monopoly in the single-serving market.

Daniel Johnson, an attorney for Rogers Family Co., said during oral arguments in multidistrict litigation that the "Keurig 2.0" machine should not hit retail shelves this fall as planned. The brewer features technology that allows it to detect whether a cartridge is one of Keurig's "K-Cups" or is made by a third party that does not have a licensing agreement...

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