Supervalu launching its own brand of single-serve coffee cups

The Eden Prairie-based supermarket operator says Java Delight will go on sale in September at its 1,100 retail stores, including Cub Foods in the Twin Cities metro. The single-serve coffee pods will be compatible with Keurig and other leading brewing systems.
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The Eden Prairie-based supermarket operator says Java Delight will go on sale in September at its 1,100 retail stores, including Cub Foods in the Twin Cities metro. The single-serve coffee pods will be compatible with Keurig and other leading brewing systems.

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