Mcdonalds new recyclable coffee pod issue
I have no issues with the other pods I've used .The old plastic type cup.
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BUT...How does that explain not having any problems with any other pods (brands)???Pete_Coach wrote: ↑ Like Poleman says, maybe your machine needs cleaning? I recently cleaned mine and it works much better.
http://videos.keurig.com/detail/videos/ ... Start=true
Aug 4th, 2017 8:41 am
Good point. Perhaps other post are plastic and the brew comes out a single little hole as opposed to the sack in the recyclable pods?
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Interesting to note:tk1000 wrote: ↑ Grounds for a brouhaha?: Keurig, Toronto spar over whether coffee pods belong in blue bin
Keurig is not waiting for city officials to decree their single-use coffee pods can join the recycling stream.
https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2018/0 ... e-bin.html
Apr 24th, 2018 3:59 pm
Same here. 3/4 of the pods from the latest box from costco blow up and I get half an inch of coffee grounds in the bottom of my cup. I need 3 empty cycles just to clean out my machine. I've used these same pods before and they were fine.
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If it doesn't say "Keurig" it isn't!DeniseF wrote: ↑ We have been using Costco's McCafe brand coffee pods in our Ninja Duo coffee maker. Almost every cup comes with at least a tablespoon of coffee grinds. We thought that it was thw coffee maker (as it has 3 water spouts and puts a lot of water pressure into the k-cup), but now I am wondering if I got a bad batch of McCafe pods?! Sounds like this may be an issue? Anyone else having the same problem with their Ninja and McCafe pods?? We were going to return our Ninja today to Costco... but 2nd guessing if it is the pods now.