Thursday February 27, 2020

Coffee break for Irish office products firm signs deal with brewing systems company

8th July, 2016 investing in Keurig roll-out Pic: Pixabay

Irish online office products business has signed a deal with Keurig, a US company which makes beverage brewing systems for homes and offices. Under the exclusive deal, will sell and supply Keurig systems and associated products to office workplaces and similar enterprises throughout Ireland.

The company says the agreement means that staff in offices throughout the country will have Starbucks quality coffee – as well as hot drinks from other big...

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