Keurig Dr Pepper Canada recently reached a significant milestone in its sustainability journey. The brand is launching new versions of its popular Keurig® K-Mini® and K-Mini Plus® coffee makers, now made with at least 20% and 30% post-consumer recycled plastic, respectively.
Keurig Dr Pepper Canada partnered with Montreal-based Lavergne, a leading Canadian expert in the transformation of plastic from recycled electronics and other household items, to bring this innovation to life and further contribute to a stronger circular economy for plastic in Canada. This commitment is deeply rooted in the KDP’s corporate responsibility platform “Drink Well. Do Good,” and is especially relevant as the company builds a sustainable business model and constantly looks at new ways of reducing waste and using more recycled plastic in its coffee makers and packaging.
This is great news for Canadian consumers, who are increasingly seeking high quality and innovative products, while being mindful of their environmental impacts. And this is just the beginning for the organization, which is looking to expand the use of recycled plastic in its coffee maker lineup.
Contributing to a truly sustainable future and empowering consumers to adopt more environmentally conscious choices will continue to be the company’s priority.
Visit keurig.ca/circular-economy for more information.