Consumers can use the machine via the Keurig Remote Brew app. Once a Bluetooth kit is installed, consumers can scan the QR code on the coffee maker, customize the beverage selection desired, then press ‘brew’ from the phone. The technology works with Eccellenza Touch and Eccellenza Momentum bean-to-cup brewers.
The company already offers a safe brewing toolkit with coffee maker deep cleaning kits, and will unveil additional brewing innovation during the year to meet the evolving needs of offices and workplaces. It also highlights that its coffee makers have non-porous surfaces that do not absorb bacteria or germs and can be cleaned with most common household or commercial disinfectants. A K-Cup pod has an air-tight seal for freshness and protection.
"Coffee is a valued workplace amenity, and businesses are facing new challenges as they bring their employees back to the office and re-open breakrooms," said Phil Drapeau, Senior Vice President, Away-From-Home for Keurig Dr Pepper. "While a lot has changed, we're committed to providing our office customers the comfort and normalcy of great coffee with safe and hygienic brewing solutions."