Nestle Coffee Pods May Use Ethiopian Style Beans Grown in Brazil

From www.bloomberg.com

Nestle SA on Tuesday announced plans to double production capacity at a Brazilian plant that makes its Dolce Gusto coffee pods, a testament to growing consumer demand for different varieties of the drink. Yet that also presents the company with a challenge.

There are 21 types of pods in total, including some that contain tea, and the factory only manufactures 13. Pedro Feliu, head of coffee at Nestle Brazil, says the company aims to make the full range on-site.
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