Keurig Green Mountain, which makes and sells single-serve coffee makers and coffee pods, will reintroduce a feature that was removed when its Keurig 2.0 coffee makers were introduced in 2014.
The coffee makers eliminated a refillable insert, which is called the My K-Cup. The insert allows consumers to use their own loose coffee grounds instead of Keurig’s prepackaged pods. Keurig now says a refillable insert will return as an accessory in time for the 2015 holiday season.
Keurig didn’t respond to our questions about the price of the new My K-Cup insert. The previous insert cost at least $11.99. Older My K-Cup inserts won’t work with the 2.0 coffee makers.