January 29, 2014

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Micro brew/cup gains ground for java

The JavaVoo Micro-Brew coffee brew cup from JavaVoo, LLC is still awaiting a market launch, but should appear in 2007, says Robert Vu, president and CEO of JavaVoo. Highlighted at the FMI Show in May, the JavaVoo Micro-Brew Personal Barista provides a cup of freshly brewed coffee in a disposable container. It comes with ground coffee, water, cream and sweetener. The fluted cup holds a foamed shrink label, a sipper lid, an ingredient canister and a lid/bottle containing water. The components will likely be made of polypropylene, Vu says. Once a seal is peeled away, the lid/bottle inside can be removed to access the coffee/water vessel and is inverted and twist-fitted on top of the container. The water heats and moves through a filter of coffee grounds, brewing the coffee. The bottle is then removed and can be disposed of.

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