By Eva Hill and Cait Munro
Despite the indisputable convenience of the Keurig, the ubiquitous one-cup coffeemaker has received its fair share of backlash from coffee connoisseurs and environmentalists alike. Here's how Ed Kaufmann, director of roasting at Joe, feels about the matter.
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