November 14, 2014
A St. John's-based coffee roasting company is supporting a complaint to the Competition Bureau against coffee giant Keurig Green Mountain Inc.
Jumping Bean Coffee owner Jeff LeDrew says a proposed expansion of his company will be "dead in the water" if alleged anticompetitive practices by Keurig are allowed to continue.
"We're fighting for consumer choice," LeDrew said Thursday in an interview from Ottawa.
LeDrew is in the nation's capital to show support for John Pigott, CEO of Club Coffee.
Pigott is speaking to the Economic Club of Canada about his $600-million lawsuit against Keurig. He argues that the American company is driving up prices and limiting consumer choice. READ MORE
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