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GE's Latest Fridge Has a Keurig Coffee Maker Built In

by on January 14, 2015
in Kitchen, News, Health and Home, Blog :: 1 comment

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GE Cafe Series with KeurigMy family loves the convenience of our Keurig coffee maker – it lets us make cups of coffee on-demand. But can the push-of-a-button convenience of the Keurig actually get more convenient? With the newly announced GE Café Series refrigerator with Keurig K-Cup Brewing System, it can – it’s the world’s first refrigerator with a single-serve hot drink dispenser built right in to the door.

“Over the last couple years, GE surveyed Café French door refrigerator consumers who have the hot water feature; they asked us, ‘When can we have a refrigerator that dispenses coffee or tea?’ In fact, two-thirds said they’d be interested in a single-serve hot beverage dispenser,” said Dan Goldstein, refrigeration marketing manager for GE Appliances. “This inspired GE and Keurig to pursue the development of the industry-first, built-in, single-serve brewing system from a refrigerator.”

The new stainless steel GE refrigerator simplifies the already simple Keurig process by automatically drawing and filtering fresh water – there’s no reservoir to constantly fill and clean. It’s also a nice space saver, since it frees up kitchen counter space you might otherwise dedicate to your coffee maker. The Keurig K-Cup brewer component is dishwasher safe for easy cleaning. And since its 2015, you’d better believe this fridge is connected – you can use your smartphone to preset brew times so your favorite coffee or tea will be ready when you want it.

The GE Café French door refrigerator with single-serve K-Cup brewing system (CFE28USHSS/CYE22USHSS) will be available in the third quarter of 2015. It won’t come cheap, though – it carries an MSRP of $3,300. To learn more, visit

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Nice fridge

From Dark Roast Coffee K-Cups in Chicago on February 04, 2015 :: 10:56 am

That looks like a great fridge. Very cool.


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