Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc.
Keurig Green Mountain
In early March 2014, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters shareholders voted to change its name to Keurig Green Mountain to reflect its business of selling Keurig coffee makers.
On January 29, 2018, Keurig Green Mountain announced it was acquiring the Dr Pepper Snapple Group in an $18.7 billion deal. The buyout and merger closed on July 9, 2018.
The combined company was named Keurig Dr Pepper and trades publicly on the New York Stock Exchange. Shareholders of Dr Pepper Snapple Group will own 13% of the combined company, while Keurig shareholder Mondelēz International owning 13 to 14%, and JAB Holding Company owning the remaining majority stake.
| Predecessor: Cadbury Schweppes PLC | Dr Pepper Snapple Group | Keurig Green Mountain