Rogers Files Lawsuit Against Keurig

Rogers Family Company Sues Keurig Green Mountain

Rogers Files Lawsuit Against Keurig

Rogers Family Co. Files Lawsuit Against Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. For Alleged Anti-Competitive Single Serve Coffee Market Conduct That Rogers Believes Has Harmed Consumers.

Rogers' lawsuit - to protect consumers and end Keurig's attempt to create a monopoly by restraining trade - follows a second court ruling that affirms Rogers' OneCup™ single serve coffee product is unique and does not infringe any Keurig patents

When asked why, Jon Rogers said;

"We filed this lawsuit to end Keurig's anti-competitive practices which deny consumers access to our and other competitors' products," said Rogers Family Company President Jon B. Rogers. "Our goal is to ensure that consumers in the single-serve coffee market have access to a free and open marketplace, in which they are provided the opportunity to select a wide range of products based upon whatever factors are most important to them such as price, quality, and commitment to social and environmental responsibility.  No single company should be permitted to control consumer choice or prices through illegal, anti-competitive conduct."

To read the full press release follow the link below.



  1. John Thomson 17 November, 2014 at 07:50 Reply

    We just purchased a 2.0 Keurig brewer. Had I known you could only use certain k-cups, to make it work, I would not have purchase it. Its as if I bought a new pick up, paid for it, got it home, and found out it only will work with Goodyear tires. What a scam.

    • Chris Swift 17 November, 2014 at 09:40 Reply

      Currently our OneCups are not on the list of “approved K-cups” and therefore the brewer will not recognize them. However there are ways to use non-approved k-cup type pods in the new Keurig 2.0 brewers. Check out our 2.0 FAQ page here for details on this.

      Also rest assured we are working a more permanent solution and are very close to releasing the details. Stay tuned.

  2. S E Rudisill 4 October, 2015 at 08:55 Reply

    I also bought a new Keurig 2.0 and was shocked to learn the cases of K cups I had previously purchased for my old Keurig would not work! I have used Keurig machines for several years; they seem to last only 2 to 3 years. Not a very dependable machine. And now they want to limit the K cups I can use? I am very thankful for the hack that was posted to allow me to use the cups I have already purchased but won’t be buying another Keurig.

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