EMERYVILLE Calif. Peetâ€™s Coffee & Tea Inc. said Wednesday it would consider its alternatives after Diedrich Coffee Inc. deemed an all-cash buyout offer from Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc. to be superior to Peetâ€™s cash and stock proposal. Both Peetâ€™s and Green Mountain have been courting Diedrich Coffee especially for its expertise in producing and selling specialty coffees for K-Cups used in Keurig Inc.â€™s popular single-cup brewing system and its roasting capabilities. Keurig is owned ...
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